Lady Gaga gave a powerful speech at the Elle Women in Hollywood awards on Monday — and also broke some news about her personal life.
Asia Argento has gotten the apology she wanted from Rose McGowan — well, sort of.
Throughout Christine Blasey Ford's testimony that Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her in high school, her supporters jammed the phone lines at C-SPAN, sharing their own traumas.
The girl's mother recorded the principal reportedly telling other school officials that she was "sick" of the student and expressing doubt about her allegations against a classmate.
In addition to her stunning accusations, it was notable how much time Julie Swetnick spent portraying herself as credible.
As Christine Blasey Ford faces death threats from supporters of Brett Kavanaugh, psychologists weigh in on the people behind them. "[They] feel emboldened to release their innermost worst sadistic selves," says psychiatrist Gail Saltz.
Some people are making a statement with their fashion at this year's Emmy Awards. But Sarah Sophie Flicker, wife of "Glow" director Jesse Peretz, is making the loudest statement of all.
The bishop who apologised after being accused of groping Ariana Grande at Aretha Franklin's funeral has said the incident is "not about the way that I meant it, or it went bad". A video of the moment the bishop wrapped his arm around Grande and with his hand touching the side of her breast sparked outrage from viewers. A clip recording Bishop Charles H Ellis III's statement to the press shows the moment he apologised and his full statement.
In a statement, Rose McGowan urged Asia Argento to be "honest" about alleged sexual assault. "I really hope you find your way through this process to rehabilitation and betterment," she said.
Alyssa Milano didn't expect the backlash to her new show "Insatiable," because it was "the most magical shooting experience that you could ever imagine.”
She was struck in the face in broad daylight in front of a café full of people.
The star of "Justice League" recently told GQ Australia that the #MeToo era has hindered his ability to "chase" women. An expert unpacks what's really going on with Henry Cavill's comments.
In the wake of an offensive #MeToo joke during the Miss Massachusetts competition, two contestants weigh in on what's at stake.
"How do we reconcile these two versions of a single man?” a columnist asked about fallen-from-grace New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. It’s a question many young men are likely asking about themselves these days.
Through the efforts of a Stanford law professor, the site of a traumatic 2015 assault is now a reflective space that avoids serving as a trigger but still testifies to what happened there.
Rather than teach men it's not OK to catcall, force a hug or comment on women’s appearance, we tell women to close their legs and stop showing skin.
"Those girls are as duct-taped as one could possibly be because they are in fear of getting their next job, as every actress [is] too.”
Reese Witherspoon spoke out about sexism in the entertainment industry at the Elle Women in Hollywood Awards, adding her personal story of assault at 16.