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Editorial: Dropping celebs isn’t enough

There are not often consequences for men who are reported to have sexually abused women. But maybe, just maybe things are changing for the better.

What the Harvey Weinstein case can teach us about a complainant-centred process

The verdict highlights a number of critical issues required to build systems, processes and advocacy when it comes to working in the space of gender-based violence

Weinstein convicted of sex assault, rape in ‘new era’ for #MeToo

The 67-year-old was remanded in New York's notorious Rikers Island jail after the jury of seven men and five women found the once powerful Hollywood producer guilty of criminal sexual acts

Weinstein lawyers claim actress Judd made sexual ‘deal’ with disgraced mogul

Ashley Judd says Harvey Weinstein sabotaged her career by convincing Lord of the Rings director Peter Jackson not to cast her

Youth is not an excuse

XXXTentacion’s death shows that society is still not primed to listen to the victims of abuse

Toxic masculinities: The demon in the soul of artistic men

Just because they’re creative – and seen to be more introspective than other men – does not mean they do not act violently towards women

Weinstein indicted on charges of rape and criminal sexual acts

Former Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein turned himself in to New York police authorities on May 25

Netflix producer accuses Weinstein of persistent sexual assault

Alexandra Canosa had initially filed a $10-million suit in December and amended it to further detail her allegations against him

#TimesUp takedowns in full swing

Academy Award-winning director Peter Jackson admitted to blacklisting Ashley Judd and Mira Sorvino

Bill Cosby found guilty of sexual assault

The television icon, once beloved as 'America's Dad', risks spending the rest of his life behind bars

Pulitzer Prize recognises journalism that unmasked sexual harassers

The Pulitzer Prize recognises achievements in newspaper, magazine and online journalism, literature, and musical composition in the United States

NY state sues Weinstein and Co. for failing to protect staff

Last week, the district attorney's office in Los Angeles said police had submitted three Weinstein sexual assault cases to prosecutors.

Uma Thurman details Harvey Weinstein ‘attack’

Dozens of Hollywood women have accused Weinstein of acts ranging from sexual harassment to rape.

The grey anatomy of a bad date

What do we lose when we characterise sexual coercion as a romantic blunder – and who gains from that loss?

‘Feminist’ Deneuve apologises to sex assault victims

As an actress since she was 17, Deneuve admitted that during her career she had been "a witness to indelicate situations" between men and women.

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