Kristin Bartlett, who said she lives in the same building as the "View" co-host, tweeted back: "I just walked outside. It’s fine."
The model called it the "worst kind" of virtue signaling in an impassioned post about performative activism.
"Without them by my side, almost instantly, I morph into a threat."
Students on the University of Alabama-Birmingham campus protested this week after a TA's curriculum vitae emphasized that he was a "native born citizen of the United States."
One protester said the crackdown supports the "criminalization of black men on campus."
Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh has been accused of sexual assault by three women. Standing alongside members of the public, and Senators Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., for Thursday’s Cancel Kavanaugh protest outside the E. Barrett Prettyman Federal Courthouse in Washington, D.C., were a number of stars, including Amy Schumer and Emily Ratajkowski.
"When Nike signs an anti-American thug to represent their brand, I will not support, wear, purchase, or endorse their product. Bye-bye Nike," the principal wrote on Facebook.
A Cornell University student gave an entire presentation in her underwear after a professor said her shorts were "too short."
Fourteen-year-old Sophie Harris and her classmates showed up to class at Trafalgar Middle School in Nelson Tuesday morning wearing midriff-baring tops and shorts to draw attention to what they say is a discriminatory dress code. Harris was disciplined Monday for violating the school's dress code with her denim shorts and form-fitting tank top. "I didn't appreciate being told by a male authority figure that my outfit was distracting to boys because, frankly, that is the boys' problem and not mine," Harris told CBC's Daybreak South host Chris Walker.
Wednesday is International Women’s Day so Yahoo Style is highlighting a few of the powerful women who are living by the year’s IWD theme, #BeBoldForChange, which calls on women to help forge a more gender-inclusive world. Just a few weeks ago, Brooklyn-born Nelini Stamp, 29, an Occupy Wall Street alum and national membership director for the progressive Working Families Party, and Elizabeth Zeldin, 37, a mom of two and nonprofit housing worker with little activist background, didn’t know each other.
On January 21st millions of marchers all around the world gathered together in peaceful protest and to get their voices heard on a whole spectrum of causes: women’s rights, reproductive rights, gender equality, violence, LGBT rights, workers rights, civil rights, immigrant rights, and on and on. In London we had hoped that there would be 50,000 – we could see the numbers growing as the date approached.
After Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in one of the most shocking elections in modern political history, countless protestors began speaking out against the new president-elect.
We may be used to Kanye West sparking controversies every 0.2 seconds by now, but this doesn’t make them any less shocking or eye-roll worthy.