"One Tree Hill" was one of the most memorable teen shows, but its legacy has taken hits.
Pamela Anderson offered a forceful condemnation of the #MeToo movement, telling an Australian TV interviewer that recent events had gone too far and that women needed to have “common sense” in dealing with men. “I think this feminism can go too far,” she told “60 Minutes Australia” host Liam Bartlett. If someone opens the door in a bathrobe and it’s supposed to be a business meeting, maybe I should go with somebody else,” Anderson said.
"His advances began innocently enough, or at least innocent to my 15-year-old mind."
One offended parent said, "Talk about the skirts, tell them what to wear, but do not mention #metoo in that same context. They’re really implying that these girls are asking for it by showing their legs."
“You cannot just say to somebody, ‘I was sexually assaulted,’” the first lady said of the #MeToo movement, adding that she supports “also men, not just women.”
The Oscar-winning actress went on to slam President Trump for mocking "a sexual assault victim."
The tussle began on Thursday in a "Morning Joe" broadcast, when Mika Brzezinski called out Kellyanne Conway about her admission of being sexually assaulted.
The first lady wore a camel-hued dress and suede heels for her arrival in Malawi, but the day wasn't without drama.
The actress and mother-of-two was a guest of Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein and wore a black dress and a black leather jacket.
Jared Hensley has since been placed on leave after suggesting boys blame girls for their high school's ban on athletic shorts.
In addition to her stunning accusations, it was notable how much time Julie Swetnick spent portraying herself as credible.
An editor at The New York Review of Books has parted ways with the prestigious literary publication amid controversy over his decision to publish a personal essay by disgraced former radio host Jian Ghomeshi. A publicist for the magazine confirmed Wednesday that Ian Buruma, who was appointed as editor in late 2017, no longer works for the publication.
Slash, guitarist of Guns N' Roses, says the band didn't have a predatory relationship with girls. "It was a lot more the other way around, in some cases! Some the songs were sort of sexist in their own way, but not to be taken that seriously."
At the Black Girls Rock awards, Tarana Burke was presented with the Community Change Award for her activism and work for victims of sexual assault.
Cara Mund, who recently began speaking out about her tumultuous year as Miss America 2018, elaborated on what she calls “condescending” treatment by the organization in a lengthy letter.
An open letter signed by more than 40 people, most of them female celebrities but including male actor and abuse victim Terry Crews, has called on the public to stop blaming actress Asia Argento for the suicide of celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain. The letter, published Thursday by the Los Angeles Times, claimed Argento “has now found herself on the receiving end of vicious cyberbullying and repulsive slander at the hands of internet trolls who hold her responsible for…
"I’m someone in the public eye, and if I go and flirt with someone, then who knows what’s going to happen?"
In the wake of an offensive #MeToo joke during the Miss Massachusetts competition, two contestants weigh in on what's at stake.
"He better help [the immigrants] because this is not right what they're doing to these children and their families," Hilton said of Trump's executive order. "He better keep his promise because this is inhumane. No child should be treated this way."