Post Tagged with: "#metoo"

Why The Beauty Industry Won’t Survive In Its Current Form In A Post #MeToo World

Why The Beauty Industry Won’t Survive In Its Current Form In A Post #MeToo World

By Bron Stange TW: Sexual Assault and Body Image. At the end of 2012 when I completed my degree in Gender Studies, I remember being asked by several people, “What […]

June 6, 2018 ×
Despite #MeToo, New Study Shows Men & Women Still Have Different Work/Home Priorities

Despite #MeToo, New Study Shows Men & Women Still Have Different Work/Home Priorities

Ever since the re-emergence of the #metoo movement in 2017 (originally started by activist Tarana Burke over a decade ago to give voice to victims of sexual assault), we have […]

May 21, 2018 ×
FEMINIST FRIDAY: Country Music Duo Haley & Michaels Supporting #MeToo In Their New Music Video

FEMINIST FRIDAY: Country Music Duo Haley & Michaels Supporting #MeToo In Their New Music Video

Welcome to another edition of Feminist Friday, that part of our week where we get to gather around a handful of our favorite videos and share why we love them! […]

May 4, 2018 ×
Actress Jenny Paul On ‘The Looming Tower’, John O’Neill, & The Surge Of Woke Men In The #MeToo Era

Actress Jenny Paul On ‘The Looming Tower’, John O’Neill, & The Surge Of Woke Men In The #MeToo Era

By Jenny Paul When I auditioned for ‘The Looming Tower’, I had no idea what kind of show it was or even that it was going to be about 9/11 […]

May 1, 2018 ×
Raising The Advocacy Stakes For The #MeToo Movement During Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Raising The Advocacy Stakes For The #MeToo Movement During Sexual Assault Awareness Month

By Brian Kent Sexual assault is a topic that needs to be discussed, and in the current era of the #MeToo movement, we are seeing this happen. Every 98 seconds […]

April 25, 2018 ×
Heather Martin’s ‘Fuchsia Parade’ Novel Shows How Sex & Power Can Become A Cover For Pain

Heather Martin’s ‘Fuchsia Parade’ Novel Shows How Sex & Power Can Become A Cover For Pain

In an era of #MeToo, and the ensuing conversations, author Heather Martin’s new novel ‘Fuchsia Parade: One Woman’s Quest For Sex, Love and Redemption’ reads like a story that could […]

March 29, 2018 ×
FEMINIST FRIDAY: PBS Asks What’s Next For Sexual Harassment & Abuse In The #MeToo Era

FEMINIST FRIDAY: PBS Asks What’s Next For Sexual Harassment & Abuse In The #MeToo Era

Welcome to another edition of Feminist Friday, that part of our week which is not just about TGIF, but about sharing some of our fave videos that portray what we […]

March 23, 2018 ×
Here’s How Mark Wahlberg Spent The $1.5 Million He Made (That Michelle Williams Didn’t)

Here’s How Mark Wahlberg Spent The $1.5 Million He Made (That Michelle Williams Didn’t)

By Fairygodboss After coming under fire in January for pulling in a whopping $1.5 million more than his “All the Money In the World” costar Michelle Williams, Mark Wahlberg has […]

March 12, 2018 ×
Study Finds Black Women Most Likely To Be On The Receiving End Of Workplace Harassment

Study Finds Black Women Most Likely To Be On The Receiving End Of Workplace Harassment

By AnnaMarie Houlis via Fairygodboss Sexual harassment in the workplace is a pervasive problem plaguing workplaces across all industries, not just in Silicon Valley or Hollywood. A recent poll of […]

February 27, 2018 ×
Anonymous Workplace App ‘Blind’ Launches #MeToo Channel To Elevate Voices Of Women In Tech

Anonymous Workplace App ‘Blind’ Launches #MeToo Channel To Elevate Voices Of Women In Tech

We recently wrote about an awesome new app called Blind, created to help victims of abuse, assault and harassment in the workplace anonymously report incidents and get connected to a […]

February 22, 2018 ×
Pharrell Comes To Terms With The Message Behind ‘Blurred Lines’ In Light Of #MeToo

Pharrell Comes To Terms With The Message Behind ‘Blurred Lines’ In Light Of #MeToo

It was the music video that launched a thousand conversations about not only the continual objectification of women’s bodies, but the way rape culture gets easily integrated into pop culture […]

February 21, 2018 ×
10 Pieces Of Advice To Help Teenage Girls Live A Courageous Life In 2018

10 Pieces Of Advice To Help Teenage Girls Live A Courageous Life In 2018

By Sandra Ford Walston, The Courage Expert When was the last time you used the word courage with your teenager? The best New Year commitment any family member or friend […]

January 10, 2018 ×
TIME’S UP: 8 Actresses & Activists Stood In Solidarity For Victims At The 2018 Golden Globes

TIME’S UP: 8 Actresses & Activists Stood In Solidarity For Victims At The 2018 Golden Globes

The Golden Globes always kick off the awards season with a bang, making a memorable impression on fans, viewers and industry insiders in terms of who the big winners will […]

January 8, 2018 ×
TIME’s “Silence Breakers” Cover Story Sums Up An Important Year For Women & Activists

TIME’s “Silence Breakers” Cover Story Sums Up An Important Year For Women & Activists

Each year, TIME magazine releases an issue in December with someone on the cover they have named as their “Person of the Year”. In 2017, it was not one person, […]

December 7, 2017 ×
Local UK Choir Using Music To Amplify The #MeToo Message For Domestic Violence Survivors

Local UK Choir Using Music To Amplify The #MeToo Message For Domestic Violence Survivors

By Fay Turner-Paxton #MeToo, the two little words we all read for days on social media. Those who were previously nervous to disclose became empowered, the oblivious became educated and […]

December 1, 2017 ×