A few short days after Simone Biles found historic success at the World Gymnastics Championships, the United States Olympic Committee announced this afternoon that it was in the process of revoking USA Gymnastics’ status as a national governing body. The revocation isn’t official though and will take time, the USOC’s statement said. The official process, as outlined in the USOC bylaws, doesn’t guarantee decertification.
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Countless women have been mistreated ever since sex became common on our screens. Hollywood’s newfound awareness of intimacy choreography can help change things.
The new allegation against Weinstein — who has been accused by Manhattan prosecutors of sexually assaulting three women — comes in a civil lawsuit against the disgraced movie producer.
Today at 11:10 AM local time, Google staffers around the world walked out to demand an end to harassment and discrimination at the tech giant.
The Times asked men to share stories of past bad behavior toward women. Here are their accounts of intimidation, coercion and complicity.
Steve Penny was arrested Wednesday, nearly three weeks after he was indicted by a grand jury for tampering with evidence, the Walker County District Attorney's office said.
An acclaimed American charity said it was saving some of the world's most vulnerable girls from sexual exploitation. But from the very beginning, girls were being raped.
Sexual assault is not a rite of passage because the fact is that most men don't participate in it. Only sexual predators do.
The "Red Pill" community online frequently appropriates ancient classic literature as justification for their beliefs.
Living in a world built by years and years of stories about white men who take whatever they want.
We called some of New York's most exclusive restaurants to see if they could make room for Harvey Weinstein and five guests that night. Many were eager to accommodate.
An inquiry into the actions of a prominent professor reveals why it's so hard to report inappropriate behavior at the top law school in the country.
Behavior has consequences.
Many men have stories to tell and confessions to make. This is mine.
We still have no word to describe what happens to women living in a country that hates them.
Exactly one year ago, on October 5, 2017, the New York Times published its highly-anticipated investigation into Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein. Here's a complete accounting of accusations and fallout from the year of #MeToo.
Things are never going back to the way they were.
She also touches on her own experience as a survivor of sexual assault.
I met a guy at a party. I told him no. Nothing happened. That is normal.
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