Two actresses who have sued the movie producer said they would not sign on, jeopardizing the proposed deal. Others expressed anger and disappointment.
Sean Escobar wondered if the man he said had groped him more than 25 years ago had done so to any other child. So he sat down with him — and recorded the conversation.
The Oscar-winning actor said a Sydney newspaper had wrongly portrayed him as having behaved inappropriately toward a female co-star.
As more women come forward to report sexual assault, some say law enforcement has failed them. ‘There was no collection of evidence,’ one victim said. ‘Except off my body.’
Power is the strength necessary to live in a world rife with misogyny.
The festival is again being called out for its track record in rewarding female filmmakers, and for honoring an actor who admitted to having slapped women.
In newly filed complaints, McDonald’s employees described repeated sexual harassment and then punishment for speaking out.
The billionaire former casino mogul recently gave hundreds of thousands of dollars to the Republican National Committee, and was spotted at a Trump re-election fund-raiser.
From the shop floors of factories to ballet’s grandest stages, unions are rethinking how they balance their responsibilities in sexual harassment cases.
It’s hard for women to be hired, promoted or taken seriously in the national security establishment.
That’s the most important conversation right now.
A Harvard government department committee issued a report criticizing a culture that let a professor stay employed despite a history of complaints.
From “Kiss Me, Kate” to “Tootsie,” shows old and new are working to reflect today’s gender politics. Women fare better, but what about the mediocre men?
A preliminary vote by the National Academy of Sciences was the latest move to address discrimination against women in historically male-dominated science fields.
The woman leading Australia’s inquiry into workplace sexual harassment is trying to overcome nondisclosure agreements that prevent victims from talking.
Executives at several houses said they passed on the material and in some cases declined to read it because of controversies surrounding him.
A recent wave of remarkably various books reminds us of the kind of touchy ethical explorations the novel makes possible.
Politicians can make mistakes. People should be allowed to evolve. But first, they have to say they’re sorry.
A president with his own troubled history has shown disdain for accusations of harassment, assault or just plain sexism against men who proclaim their innocence.
Sexist remarks during a European Parliament session, dogfight in the Parliament's buildings, Jean-Claude Juncker's anger and Mark Zuckerberg's interrogation. EURACTIV’s media partner Euroefe looks back at the ten events that marked the eighth legislative term of the European Parliament.