This French pop singer’s new album, “Chris,” an ode to “horny, hungry and ambitious” women, is a timely personal and political breakthrough.
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Mark Wahlberg received $1.5 million for reshoots of the kidnapping drama after it cut out the disgraced Spacey. Michelle Williams got just a small per diem.
Eight pairs of actresses and activists attended the Golden Globes together to shed light on gender inequality and sexual harassment.
Sunday’s red-carpet statement may seem superficial, but it’s part of a larger initiative that’s striking for its leap from the days of #AskHerMore.
The artist Alexandra Bell puts The New York Times under the microscope, and offers her own “Counternarratives” of the news.