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Rose McGowan's heard more LGBTI MeToo stories 'than the media would ever cover’ 

 

Rose McGowan has talked about the impact of MeToo movement among LGBTIs, saying she’s ‘humbled’ when community members share their stories with her.

Speaking at Damian Barr’s Literary Salon in London last month, the activist said she’d heard more stories ‘than the media would ever cover’, particularly from gay men and boys.

The former Charmed actress became a figurehead for the MeToo movement, which fights against sexual abuse and assault, after becoming one of the most high profile accusers of disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein last year.

Asked by GSN at the event: ‘Would you like to see the the MeToo movement reverberate deeper among the LGBTI community and specifically gay men?’ Rose gave a detailed and thoughtful response.

‘‘Society is only really as sick as its secrets’

Gay Star News

Case reveals shame, trauma of male sex trafficking victims

Tags: All Rights, Celebrity, Environment, LGBTQ, Opinion, Politics, Portrait, Protections, Sex, Slavery, Talk, Violence, Woman's Rights

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16-Nov-2018


Education Dept. Proposes Enhanced Protection For Students Accused Of Sexual Assault 

 

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos announced sweeping rules on how colleges handle cases of sexual assault and harassment that she says will fix a "failed" and "shameful" system that has been unfair to accused students. In what the administration is calling a "historic process," the proposed rules aim to significantly enhance legal protections for the accused and reflect a sentiment expressed by President Trump that men are unfairly being presumed guilty. More than a year in the making, the rules replace Obama-era policies on how to implement Title IX, the law barring gender discrimination in schools that get federal funding.

The new rules are drawing both applause and anger.

Among the most significant changes is that schools can make it harder to prove allegations by raising the level of proof needed. Instead of requiring only a "preponderance of the evidence," as the Obama administration had directed, schools could demand "clear and convincing evidence." And many schools may well be forced to raise the bar, since the regulations also require that the standard for students be the same as that used for faculty and staff.

npr

Tags: Activism, Court, Education, Exclusivity, Govt, Hypocrisy, Inciting Violence, Insensitivity, Interference, Man Pet, Men In Charge, New World Order, Policy, Rape, Safety, Sex, Supremacy, Violence, Weird, Woman's Rights, Youth

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16-Nov-2018


Georgia Legislator, Arrested At Work, Says She Was ‘Singled Out As A Black Female Senator’ 

 

Georgia state Sen. Nikema Williams (D-Atlanta) was arrested along with more than a dozen other protesters at the Georgia State Capitol on Tuesday afternoon at a demonstration asking the state to “count every vote” from last week’s gubernatorial election. Protesters shouted “Let her go!” as Williams was handcuffed while the General Assembly was in session.

Williams, a civil rights advocate who organized domestic workers for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams, was charged with misdemeanor obstruction of justice and spent about six hours at Fulton County Jail in Atlanta.

“There are countless Georgians who cast their ballots and still don’t feel like their voices are heard,” she said in a statement after being released. “I joined them down on the floor, and I was singled out as a Black female senator standing in the rotunda with constituents.”

Huffington Post

Tags: Activism, All Rights, Americans, Arrest, Communist State, Environment, Exclusivity, Free Speech, Politics, Racism, Standing Up, Treatment, Voting, Woman's Rights

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14-Nov-2018


Trans woman wins major legal victory after she was a ‘sex slave’ in prison 

 

A transgender woman in prison in Illinois won a court victory after she said she was treated like a “sex slave” in a men’s facility.

Strawberry Hampton sued the Illinois Department of Corrections several times to get transferred to a women’s facility.

Over the past two years, Hampton has been housed in four different men’s prisons. She says that she was the victim of sexual assault, both by other inmates and by guards.

LGBTQ Nation

Tags: Abuse, All Rights, Court, Environment, Fighting Back, Gay Rights, Judgement, Sex, Slavery, Transgender, Violence, Woman's Rights

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14-Nov-2018


Man accused of killing his wife after cheating on her with men he met on Grindr 

 

A man has been accused of killing his wife after cheating on her with men he met on Grindr.

Pharmacist Mitesh Patel is accused of killing his wife and business partner, Jessica. The woman was found dead at their Victorian house in a suburb of Middlesbrough, England, last 14 May.

The 37-year-old denies committing the crime.

Gay Star News

Tags: Exclusivity, Hostility, Hypocrisy, Judgement, Lifestyle, Macho Posing, Men In Charge, Misrepresentation, Murder, Relationships, Self-hatred, Sex, Sexism, Woman's Rights

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13-Nov-2018


Rihanna to President Trump: Please Do Stop My Music at Campaign Rally 

 

President Trump’s use of popular music has landed him in hot water again, this time with Rihanna.

The superstar singer took to Twitter to protest the fact that her song “Don’t Stop the Music” was reportedly played at a campaign rally Sunday for Republican Senate candidate Marsha Blackburn in Chattanooga, Tennessee on Sunday.

Washington Post White House bureau chief Philip Rucker tipped Rihanna off that her hit song had made an appearance at the event.

“[Neither] me nor my people would ever be at or around one of those tragic rallies,” Rihanna tweeted back at Rucker.

Tme

Tags: Celebrity, Entertainment, Fighting Back, Leaders, Music, Protest, Respect, Standing Up, Woman's Rights

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06-Nov-2018


The Empty Hope of the Suburban White Woman Voter 

 

Relying on white suburban women using the midterms as a referendum on Republican excess is a loser’s bet. This seems obvious to anyone who paid attention to the 2016 election (or the last six decades of electoral history), but it’s also what comes across in this Politico piece delving into a contentious house race in North Carolina where a young, moderate Democrat by the name of Dan McCready is up against a bible-thumping Trumpite, Republican Mark Harris.

Reporter Michael Kruse went to the state’s ninth district—which stretches east to west from Charlotte to Fayetteville—in search of the much discussed and supposedly politically consequential suburban white woman, a voting bloc that pundits, talking heads, and strategists have argued can make or break the outcome of certain elections this time around.

The Slot

Tags: Americans, Choices, Dictatorship, Environment, Exclusivity, Man Pet, Politics, Privilege, Voting, Woman's Rights

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27-Oct-2018


Man accused of groping woman on flight: Trump 'says it's OK to grab women by their private parts' 

 

A man arrested for allegedly touching a woman's breast on an airplane, according to court documents, told authorities "the president of the United States says it's OK to grab women by their private parts."

Bruce Alexander was on a Houston-to-Albuquerque flight on Sunday when he twice leaned forward and touched the breast of a woman sitting in front of him, court records show.

The woman, who wasn't identified, told authorities she thought the first of two touchings may have been accidental, while the second clearly wasn't.

ABC News

Tags: Abuse, Choices, Environment, Sexism, Sexual Harassment, Supremacy, Travel, Woman's Rights

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23-Oct-2018


Teen's Personal Essay Leads to Man's Conviction for Raping 3 Sisters 

 

A high school senior applying for an award was asked to write an essay about a problem she had to overcome. She wrote about being raped as a pre-teen — triggering an investigation that led to an Ohio man’s conviction for raping her and her two sisters.

On Friday, Anthony Knight, 43, was sentenced to 20 years in prison after pleading guilty to three counts of rape, Sandusky County Prosecutor Timothy Braun confirms to PEOPLE.

People

Teacher Accused of Drunken Sex with Her Students Allegedly Told Police, ‘I Can’t Remember Anything’

Tags: Education, Hate, Investigation, Parental Burden, Rape, Sex, Study, Violence, Woman's Rights, Women, Youth

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22-Oct-2018


University of Southern California to Pay $215 Million Over Sex Abuse Scandal 

 

The University of Southern California has agreed to pay $215 million to settle a federal lawsuit filed by hundreds of women who say that they were sexually abused by the former head gynecologist at the student health center and that school officials did not address their complaints.

NY Times

Tags: Abuse, Education, Employment, Fighting Back, Harassment, Men In Charge, Mental Health, Sex, Sexism, Violence, Woman's Rights

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19-Oct-2018


BET Won’t Say Why Vic Mensa’s XXXTentacion Diss Was Censored 

 

Vic Mensa rapped these lines infront of xxxtentacion mom
“Your favorite rapper is a domestic abuser.
Name a single Vic Mensa song,
XXX we all know you won’t live that long.
I don’t respect niggas posthumously, homicide ain’t new to me,
catch up with Akademiks at your eulogy”

Spin

XXXTentacion Reportedly Ruled Ineligible for Best New Artist Grammy

Tags: Award, Backlash, Environment, Lifestyle, Parental Burden, Sexism, Speech, Standing Up, Woman's Rights

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19-Oct-2018


Terranea Resort Employees Allege Years of Sexual Harassment 


 

After eight women, employed or formerly employed at the elite Terranea Resort in Rancho Palos Verdes, California, revealed their own stories of sexual harassment and misconduct from the resort, organizations asked for a boycott doing business with the luxury resort or its ownership group Lowe Enterprises during a candid press conference on Thursday.

Hollywood Reporter

Tags: Fighting Back, Finance, Sexual Harassment, Travel, Woman's Rights

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18-Oct-2018


Abuse of women in European parliaments widespread, study shows 

 

Sexism, harassment and violence against women are widespread in European parliaments, according to a study published Tuesday.

CNN

Defamation suits aimed at India's #MeToo complainants could stall movement

Tags: Employment, Leaders, Men In Charge, Sex, Sexism, Sexual Harassment, Woman's Rights, World

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17-Oct-2018


#MeToo firestorm consumes Bollywood and Indian media 

 

India's #MeToo movement arrived in a cascade of allegations as women took to Twitter to call out comedians, journalists, authors, actors and filmmakers - in the process, they have sparked a debate about consent and complicity.

Unlike its American counterpart, it has not been spurred by investigative journalism. Rather, it has been a spontaneous outpouring in the last few days, amplified by journalists themselves. And it has hit Indian media the hardest.

Veteran actor Alok Nath is the latest to be named for an alleged sexual assault nearly 20 years ago. His accuser, the director of a television show starring Nath, recounted the alleged incident in a Facebook post that has since gone viral.

BBC

Tags: All Rights, Anguish, Backlash, Equality, Fighting Back, Men In Charge, Sex, Sexism, Sexual Harassment, Violence, Woman's Rights, Women, World

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14-Oct-2018


Will Any Music Awards Show Get Representation For Women Right? None Have Yet. 

 

On last night’s American Music Awards (AMAs), Taylor Swift doubled down on her voter registration message, Ciara and Missy Elliott leveled up, and Aretha Franklin finally got the tribute she deserved. Women were at the forefront of the show, which was a vast step forward from their massive under representation at the Grammys or the MTV VMAs and the number of awards they won was a step up from their Billboard Music Awards treatment. The AMAS did the best job representing women as performers and winners of any music awards show this year. They also showed us how far music has to go to fix its #MeToo and representation issues.

But digging a little deeper, the AMAs also highlight some serious areas that need work. First and foremost, let’s talk about the late XXXTentacion being nominated for two awards, and winning one that was broadcast in the show. Imagine the Golden Globes nominating Roman Polanski (or Woody Allen, or Kevin Spacey, or any number of high profile men accused of sexual misconduct) for an award this year, of all years. Imagine them giving it to him on television. And imagine that later on, when a woman nominated against him lauds his work, saying she’s a fan and it’s an honor to be in the same category as him. That’s essentially what happened with XXX’s win, and Camila Cabello’s subsequent lauding of him in her Best New Artist acceptance speech. XXX, who passed away earlier this year, may have been a talented artist and undoubtedly has legions of fans. But he is also accused of violent, disturbing abuse against a woman. We don’t have to celebrate abusers at our awards show, and to do so only tells women that their pain is not important. It was an especially bitter pill to swallow after weeks of the Kavanaugh confirmation battle. Music seems to think it can continue to exist in a bubble where #MeToo and support for the survivors of abuse are negligible.

Refinery29

GERVONTA DAVIS ACCUSED OF PUNCHING WOMAN ... In Strip Club Attack

Neil Patrick Harris, What Was That?

Tags: All Rights, Award, Backlash, Business, Celebration, Celebrity, Entertainment, Environment, Exclusivity, Feminism, Gay, Hate, Hypocrisy, Insensitivity, Interview, Justice, Leaders, Men In Charge, Mental Health, Misrepresentation, Music, Oops, Opinion, Parental Crime, Sexism, Sexual Harassment, Supremacy, Violence, Woman's Rights, Women

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11-Oct-2018




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