“I don’t cast films according to Harvey Weinstein’s erection,” Michael Caton-Jones said he told the press at the time.
"We will stop normalizing these horrific situations," Lawrence said.
On Monday, #MeToo revealed an inevitable truth: Trace a matriarchal lineage, and you'll find sexual trauma that spans generations.
"This is not about one man’s crimes against women; this is about our system’s imbalances, our system’s gender crisis," the Oscar-winning actress said.
McGowan has been outspoken against Harvey Weinstein, using Twitter as her primary platform.
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"I understand why many women who this happens to let it go," says the 'Brooklyn Nine Nine' actor.
“There were some lessons to be learned from Katrina.”
The Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights released Title IX guidance as part of a “dear colleague” letter in 2011.
Sixty-three percent of sexual assault victims don't report abuse.
Meet-and-greet events for fans have since been scaled back, and metal detectors are now in place at all functions where the singer appears.
The singer-songwriter said the alleged incident left her feeling "violated."
The Columbia alumnus, who was accused of sexual assault, had filed the lawsuit more than two years ago.
A court filing Friday in the case involving a former Apprentice contestant said the president's denials were protected by the First Amendment while he was on the campaign trail last year.
“This issue can affect any young person," a Cosby spokesperson said, adding that “it also affects married men."
Steve Penny, who resigned amid sexual abuse scandal, will receive around $1 million in his severance package.
"I wish I had changed the topic," Bush told "The Hollywood Reporter" about the "Access Hollywood" tape in which Donald Trump described sexual assault.
The survey highlighted issues with misogyny and relationships among millennials, with the majority of young people rarely discussing issues of sexual consent.
The two bills seek legal clarification for the practice of "stealthing," the non-consensual removing of a condom during intercourse.
“Their story isn’t over,” reads a tweet announcing that the controversial series will be back with a second season.
“Consent requires affirmative consent,” Biden told George Mason University students.