Men and the #MeToo Movement

Almost Half of the Men Brought Down by the #MeToo Movement Have Been Replaced by Women

In the year since the #MeToo movement began in earnest, nearly every industry has been affected. Men working in media, politics, and business—particularly at the highest levels—have been accused and frequently ousted from their positions. According to a New York Times analysis, at least 200 men have been dismissed or demoted following allegations of sexual …

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Johnathon Schaech: What I’ve learned after coming out with my MeToo story

When I read all the stories in connection to the #MeToo movement last year, I felt a calling. I knew I had to share my experience no matter the cost. People magazine published my story that Italian director Franco Zeffirelli had molested me when I was 22. My story hit on the very day I started working on a …

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#MeToo Brought Down 201 Powerful Men. Nearly Half of Their Replacements Are Women.

They had often gotten away with it for years, and for those they harassed, it seemed as if the perpetrators would never pay any consequences. Then came the report that detailed Harvey Weinstein’s sexual assaults and harassment, and his fall from Hollywood’s heights. A year later, even as the #MeToo movement meets a crackling backlash, …

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Bryan Singer Is Still Directing ‘Red Sonja,’ Somehow

Nothing is guaranteed in this world unless you are a powerful white man who stands to make millions of dollars. This seems to be the message Millennium Films is sending by announcing today that Bryan Singer will keep his job as the director of the upcoming Red Sonja, even after an extremely detailed expose by …

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