The woman who started France’s #MeToo has been sued over the tweet that kicked off the movement.
Guys, it’s well overdue. No longer can we defer to women to educate us, nor can we quietly offer support. In this country, we’re the problem. We need to accept this.
While the judge may have ruled in Geoffrey Rush’s favour, the subtext is clear to those who come forward: the system will not protect you.
George Pell, Harvey Weinstein, Michael Jackson. We remember the names of those who sicken us, but we give the institutions that enabled them a free pass. Why?
The #MeToo movement has changed the media landscape, however, it hasn’t exact reached our shores just yet.
Last night, Aziz Ansari took to the stage to discuss the sexual allegations aimed at him. While he promised that he has changed, he also proved that he hasn’t.
With Kevin Spacey fronting a Boston court, he does so in the midst of another trial – having to convince the made-up minds and hardened hearts of the court of public opinion.
‘Love Actually’ is a holiday movie staple. However, it hasn’t aged well. No matter, as we’ve fixed it, bringing it in line with 2018’s standards. You’re welcome.
In this week alone, we’ve banned a Christmas song, the use of meat-based puns, The Little Mermaid and conversing with women. I fear whatever sense that was left is now gone.
There might be the promise of change in the post-midterm US, but movement on #MeToo hinges on the mindset of Congress.
While the hammer might have judged Brett Kavanaugh innocent, the cluelessness of sex and consent remains. Education starts at school, as it did with me.
Overnight, Bill Cosby was found guilty. While the man will see prison, his sentence might have to be taken as a small victory for his many alleged victims.
With the CEO of CBS stepping down in the wake of #MeToo allegations, many are furious at the handling of Les Moonves, and the amount of compensation he is set to receive.
Kevin Spacey’s new movie bombed over the weekend, taking in a measly $425. While Spacey has earned his position, you can’t help but feel for those who starred alongside him.
Those who are campaigning to reinstate James Gunn are blithely ignoring the realities of our modern day life. He’s gone, and should remain ever thus.
When I had my daughter, I was told to fear the days when she started dating. However, I don’t own her, and the ‘protective father’ schtick is a poor example to set.
Over the weekend, Henry Cavill became the latest notable that missed the point of #MeToo. So yes, we’re here again.
I’m a fan of Henry Cavill’s Superman, but his comments on #MeToo highlight how much he has to learn. He’s apologised…I just hope he understands what for.
On the surface, it seems Scarlett Johansson has struck again, deciding to play a trans man in an upcoming movie. The internet, however, can’t decide how angry to be.
Monday morning. Yay. Overnight, Russia shocked the world, Bert Newton was a goose at the Logies and Adam Sandler ruined someone’s wedding. Go back to bed. Please.
Sarah Hanson-Young might have faced workplace harassment, but she’s merely the latest example. It should be treated as what it is: a public health issue.
Despite the amount of feeling that #MeToo has enabled, it seems that it doesn’t extend to who (or what) we still watch.