Tamil actress Rekha's shocking revelation about the "unplanned kiss" by actor Kamal Haasan in filmmaker K. Balachander's 1986 film "Punnagai Mannan" has raised a storm on social media.
This week has been a rather monumental one for the #MeToo movement. Firstly, Harvey Weinstein has been found guilty of rape. Then, Duffy comes out of nowhere and details the reason for her absence was due to trauma from being drugged, raped and held captive over a number of days.
Oscar-winning actor Helen Mirren has praised the #MeToo generation of young women for taking control of their destiny and refusing to accept inequality.
Harvey Weinstein told a courtroom last Wednesday he’s “worried about this country.” He needn’t be. It’s a whole lot safer now with him behind bars.
cclaimed Pakistani film-maker Jamshed Mahmood Raza has added new momentum to the country's fledgling #MeToo movement after airing allegations that he was raped by an unnamed media tycoon.
The director, who is popularly known as Jami, rocked Pakistani social media over the weekend after he published several tweets describing the alleged assault that happened 13 years ago.
He faces a total of 11 felony charges for the incidents spanning back to 2012, and a maximum sentence of 21 years to life in prison, Santa Barbara prosecutors said.
Ryan Adams has apologised to the women, including his former wife Mandy Moore, who accused him of emotional abuse and sexual misconduct over a year ago.
If anyone needs a stringent lesson in accountability, it’s Harvey Weinstein. Yet judging by the news of the former film mogul’s settlement agreement with more than 30 of his accusers
From Greta Thunberg to Patricia Arquette, women have made impassioned clarion calls on everything from climate change and equal pay to #MeToo and education.