Is the media coverage of President Donald Trump's alleged extramarital affairs driven by Americans' prurient interests?
At least 21 women have accused President Trump of sexual misconduct.
Russian women took to social media in protest.
“The salacious details of his email exchanges with his procurer are absolutely shocking,” said U.S. Attorney McGregor Scott.
“The entire principle of this should be fought - an NDA to stay quiet about this serial monster with over 140 accusers, but I would be absolutely honored to pay this fine for you, McKayla," Teigen tweeted.
On Wednesday, Hawaii Senator Mazie Hirono asked a federal court nominee whether he had a history with sexual misconduct. He had to answer under oath.
Frankel said she won’t rule out mock hearings involving Trump accusers in the future.
At least 50 women have taken legal action against the Department of Corrections for the unlawful encounters.
House members also plan on wearing black to signify solidarity with survivors.
"But he knew and I knew that it was a moral issue,” she told THR. “He had to continue, even when that meant putting a lot on the line."
Andy Savage, megachurch pastor at Highpoint Church, received thunderous applause from his congregation after admitting he sexually assaulted a teenager 20 years ago.
“I can only speak for myself but not only wasn’t I invited to the #GoldenGlobes: nobody asked my opinion about #TIMESUP or to sign the letter,” Argento said.
"The prince, however noble and handsome he was, kissed a strange woman sleeping unconsciously in the forest without her consent.”
Feminist attorney Gloria Allred has so far raised $30,000 of the hundreds of thousands of dollars she says she needs to bring President Donald Trump to court for sexual misconduct.
"This is not easy. I understand why so many women don't come forward. I mean, I cried," she said.
The Oscar-winner is having a bad month.
"We stand together and will not allow this person to take advantage of a serious movement," part of the statement said.
Out of the more than 33,000 complaints of sexual and physical abuse filed by detainees from 2010 until 2016, less than one percent of them were investigated.
“Do we need to reinform men about where their penis belongs in public places?" the author asked her friends.