Most powerful men who’ve re-emerged after sexual misconduct claims haven’t faced Louis C.K.-levels of scrutiny and debate. Here is how they’ve regained ground, and how some downfalls were more like payouts.
What does the turmoil at New York City Ballet mean for the art form? And where does the company stand now?
One year after #MeToo upended Hollywood and politics, Tarana Burke talks about the movement’s future, the #HimToo backlash and advice for survivors.
Teen movies like “Porky’s” reveled in the dynamic of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s worst memory: “The uproarious laughter between the two, and their having fun at my expense.”
In a TV season filled with very special #MeToo episodes, a few standout shows like “BoJack Horseman” commit to telling a bigger story.
Bee pushed back against the argument made by some Republicans that rejecting Judge Brett Kavanaugh from the Supreme Court would ruin his life.
Two powerful men confront allegations in the same week. Many support the fate of the entertainer, but are divided over the judge.
Jimmy Bennett, who says the actress sexually assaulted him, was told by a TV host, “a man has to take an active role, even if he is subjected to it.”
Mr. Fabre, an international figure in the arts, is accused by several women of sexual harassment and bullying, and officials in Belgium are investigating.