Prof. Loretta J. Ross is combating cancel culture with a popular class at Smith College.
The judge found that the 2018 suit, based on an allegation of sexual assault said to have occurred in 1988, was filed too late under California’s statute of limitations.
Devon Broglie is the latest figure in the Court of Master Sommeliers to be accused of an inappropriate relationship.
After recent sexual harassment allegations by many women, the Court of Master Sommeliers has apologized and announced next steps.
In Iran, an exhibit of Aydin Aghdashloo’s work was canceled and a prominent auction is considering dropping him. In Canada, a petition calls for an art festival to cut ties with him.
The Court of Master Sommeliers confers high honors, but many women candidates say they’ve paid a steep price.
The #MeToo movement has hit a nerve among Iran’s women. Now accusations against a politically connected celebrity artist are testing the movement in a sexually conservative society dominated by men.
“The Right Girl,” about a film executive who confronts sexual exploitation, was aimed for a live production. Instead, it was recorded by actors at home.
Some criticized the fact that the artist behind the work, which was unveiled on Tuesday, was a man. One backer says men need to be in the conversation.
A new study by Human Rights Watch found that poor Indian women who work in the informal jobs sector are routinely subjected to sexual harassment and abuse despite a groundbreaking law.
Prosecutors said they would seek Mr. Weinstein’s extradition from prison in New York to face the charges, which now include four counts of forcible rape.
Several distillers and retailers have severed ties to the British writer, after complaints surfaced about the treatment of women in his books and at events.
Google’s parent company was hit with a wave of lawsuits after The New York Times reported that an accused executive had received a $90 million exit package.
The terms of the settlement between the renowned conductor and the company he shaped have not been previously disclosed.
Prosecutors are relying on a theory that Ghislaine Maxwell slowly broke down the resistance of teenage girls to sexual abuse at the hands of Jeffrey Epstein.
A new generation of activists led the charge against Christophe Girard, a former deputy mayor of Paris and supporter of the pedophile writer Gabriel Matzneff.
Army Secretary Ryan D. McCarthy asked those leading the inquiry to examine whether commanders at the Texas base allowed a climate of harassment to spread.
When the former president speaks on Tuesday, it will be the first Democratic convention in 36 years where he will be little more than a bystander, as the party he once led to the political center shifts steadily to the left.
Allegations come atop a political downfall for Christophe Girard, who resigned after criticism of his ties to a pedophile writer.
Françoise Brougher, Pinterest’s former chief operating officer, said she was fired after speaking up about mistreatment.
The fast-food chain said Steve Easterbrook, who was fired last fall, concealed evidence during an investigation into his conduct.
Nine months after stepping down from Congress, she is trying to move forward.
A professor at Arizona State University does not exist.
What happened to 20-year-old Specialist Vanessa Guillen, and how the United States responded.
The ruling reversed a lower court’s dismissal of one of the claims brought by the actress against the now-imprisoned movie mogul.
A fact-finding team will have no power to subpoena or indict anyone, but women’s rights activists and the mayor’s accuser have called for an investigation anyway.
Allegations against a prominent liberal mayor are the latest evidence in a series of terrible wrongs against Korean women.
The Manhattan district attorney, Cyrus R. Vance Jr., has two big recent victories, but still has not said whether he is seeking re-election.
Her lawyer, who issued a statement on the day of Mayor Park Won-soon’s funeral, is calling for an investigation into accusations of sexual harassment.
Women in the military say the horrific killing of Army Specialist Vanessa Guillen has swept the nation, galvanizing even civilians to the cause.
A longtime champion of women’s rights, Park Won-soon was accused by his secretary of sexual harassment. He is presumed to have killed himself.
The new interior minister and head of national police has been accused of rape in the past, and the justice minister is a celebrity lawyer known for insensitive remarks.
In a country where women are often blamed when they are sexually assaulted, the arrest of an Egyptian student has raised hopes for changing attitudes.
Is your story exceptional? Isn’t the fact that it’s not exceptional the most exceptional thing about it?
Dyson Heydon, a judge on the country’s highest court for a decade, harassed at least six women, a court inquiry found. He has denied the accusations.
Women report getting lewd assessments of their bodies, among other mistreatment from top male management.
Stories involving consent and violence are important for some preteens to read, writers say, but a sensitive approach and a light touch are key.
How liberalism, and the liberal media, are changing before our eyes.
Activists set out to show that police brutality was pervasive. The police have now made that clear.
“On the Record” implicitly addresses longstanding criticism that black women have been overlooked in the conversation about sexual assault and power, but the film could have gone further.
To better understand Ms. Reade, who accused Joe Biden of sexual assault, The Times interviewed nearly 100 friends, relatives, co-workers and neighbors, and reviewed court records and her writings.
A Democratic congressional candidate in Virginia is releasing a TV spot where she speaks candidly about assault, a new step in a political landscape altered by the #MeToo movement.
How feminists got stuck answering for a canard.
Garrison Keillor’s cruise was to set sail in March. Loyal fans out thousands of dollars are still scrambling to determine if they will get their money back — and if so, how much.
The German reporter said that the former French president grabbed her repeatedly after a 2018 interview. He has denied the accusations.
The importance of owning an ugly moral choice.
Don’t compare the case against Joe Biden to the one against Brett Kavanaugh.
Rachel Maddow was among those at NBC who had put pressure on the news division’s leadership team.
Tara Reade’s allegations against Joe Biden demand action.
Even with the progress of #MeToo, women are called upon to defend their male colleagues. In the 2020 election, that can mean putting the movement itself on the line.