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Alyssa Milano Moves People to Tell Their Stories of Sexual Harassment With 'Me Too' Twitter Movement

The social media movement quickly took off, with celebrities and fans alike sharing their stories. Debra Messing, Ali Fedotowsky-Manno, Evan Rachel Wood, Sophia Bush and Anna Paquin all replied to the tweet, writing: “Me too.” Hamilton star Javier Munoz also responded to Milano, writing: “I don’t know if it means anything coming from a gay man but it has happened. ...

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How Trump’s election and Weinstein’s fall signal warp speed on taking sexual harassment seriously

Film mogul Harvey Weinstein and President Donald Trump have become late-night TV’s newest, albeit unwitting, comedy duo. As Seth Meyers recently pointed out, both are powerful men accused by multiple women of sexual harassment. Both were caught on tape saying things to and about women that should have ensured th… ENTERTAINMENT – Los Angeles Times

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Kate Winslet Says She Purposely Didn't Thank Harvey Weinstein in Oscars Acceptance Speech

While Winslet said that she “thankfully” was never the target of sexual harassment by Weinstein — adding, “I somehow dodged that bullet” — Winslet claims his bullying behavior as a producer was intolerable. “For my whole career, Harvey Weinstein, whenever I’ve bumped into him, he’d grab my arm and say, ‘Don’t forget who gave you your first movie.’ Like I ...

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Kehinde Wiley will paint Obama's official presidential portrait

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