Powerful predators have demeaned, abused or assaulted women for centuries without fear of arrest or even censure. But in a miracle as unlikely as soaring swine, the monsters are finally facing their day of reckoning.
The actor said he is "appalled and distressed by this baseless allegation."
"I was a Kevin Spacey fan until he assaulted a loved one," she tweeted on October 13.
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Representative Brenda Lawrence reportedly dismissed multiple female aides' concerns about her chief of staff, Dwayne Duron Marshall.
House Speaker Paul Ryan sent a memo to House members on Friday urging them and their staff to undergo sexual harassment training.
"Now there's a chair I'd like to sniff," two newsroom employees recall him saying after an art director stood up from her chair.
Senator Chuck Grassley says existing Senate guidelines must be updated because sexual harassment training is currently only voluntary for congressional employees.
The former first lady had a strong message for the men at the Obama Foundation Summit: "Y'all should get you some friends."
The 48-year-old filmmaker has produced and directed a long list of successful movies. Now he's being accused by six women.
"You've made a woman feel unsafe and/or disrespected. Please learn to take no for an answer."
The right-wing provocateur has a history of televised controversy.
Kevin Spacey says he wants to be more honest, which includes outing himself, after another actor accused him of a sexual advance.
Fonda said the public would have responded differently if Weinstein's accusers had been women of color.
Group members use expressions like "not safe in taxis" to describe certain men.
The former White House chief strategist rails against the 'phony culture brokers' who ignore 'half the country's values.'
Magazine publisher Condé Nast reportedly blacklists the sexually explicit photographer.
Briganti "is known for her vindictiveness. To this day, she pushes negative articles on certain Ailes accusers," Kelly said.
A culture of sexual harassment was revealed at the California Capitol when more than 140 women signed a letter acknowledging the "pervasive" reports of sexual harassment.