The row over Sleeping Beauty is just the latest in a long history of controversy surrounding fairy tales for children.
An affair between a philosophy professor and his teenage student became the subject of ballads in the streets of Paris in the 12th century. A scholar asks: Why wasn't it called sexual harassment?
Many prominent women are concerned that France's long history of 'libertinage' is threatened by what they see as a witchhunt against men.
Before #MeToo, Brazilian women launched #MyFirstHarrassment and marched for racial equality. Today, this feminist resurgence is tackling health care, plastic surgery, violence and more.
At the Golden Globes, Oprah Winfrey assured girls that the harassment scandals of 2017 will eventually lead to a brighter future. But deep workplace issues will have to be addressed first.
The people leading nonprofits are much less diverse than the communities they serve and there's no reason to expect that to change soon.
With mass shootings and sexual harassment reports on the rise, a psychologist reflects on how the evolving nature of male role models in the media may be contributing.
A new campaign seeks to support all women affected by sexism, whether famous or not.
Research shows men and women interpret violence and bullying differently.
Kristen Roupenian's Cat Person short story in the New Yorker about the perils of dating in the digital world is flawed – and brilliant as a result.
It began with a sex scandal. How else?
The important lessons from one of the most notorious cases of sexual manipulation took place not off-screen but right in front of the camera.
Time magazine named the #MeToo movement its 'person' of the year, highlighting the role companies and nondisclosure agreements play in keeping the victims of abuse silent.
In the wake of the #Metoo movement, and with the goal of transforming toxic masculinity into compassionate masculinity, we must create new spaces to listen to male victims of child abuse too.
Victims everywhere have lost their patience and their fear and are finding willing listeners. A question worth asking is: Why now?
Compared to how prevalent sexual harassment is, false claims are rare.
Is there something in the way theatre is organised that makes abuse of power so depressingly commonplace?
The question is less why women are speaking up and more why are they only now being heard?
Companies have long tended to protect rather than punish high-profile harassers. That may change as the #MeToo movement inspires more women to speak out.
A year ago UK universities introduced big changes in the way they deal with harassment. It was an important step, but there's more to do.