United Nations admits #MeToo but critics say it’s not doing enough to address sexual harassment

United Nations admits #MeToo but critics say it’s not doing enough to address sexual harassment

Posted May 12, 2018 08:24:51 Senior United Nations (UN) officials have admitted the global peace body is not immune to the problem of sexual harassment, but questions have been raised about how it handles allegations within its agencies. Key points: The UN’s World Food Program is investigating allegations in its …

#MeToo revelations and loud, angry men: the feminism flashpoint of Sydney writers’ festival | Books

Hours before the cornerstone Sydney writers’ festival panel about the #MeToo movement on Saturday night, the Pulitzer-prize winning author Junot Diaz – with events still booked in Sydney and in Melbourne – was on a plane out of Australia. The day before, another festival guest, writer Zinzi Clemmons, had spoken …

Can we still enjoy dated movies in the #metoo era?

Can we still enjoy dated movies in the #metoo era?

By Rebecca Harkins-Cross Posted April 14, 2018 06:50:36 External Link: The Breakfast Club trailer Related Story: The Breakfast Club is ‘troubling’ in the #metoo age, Molly Ringwald says Related Story: The Simpsons addresses ‘the problem with Apu’, dividing fans On a recent Sunday, I would’ve given my kingdom for a …

Kylie Minogue sick of people asking about her age, says #MeToo changed the music industry

Kylie Minogue sick of people asking about her age, says #MeToo changed the music industry

Updated April 12, 2018 09:54:28 Video: ‘I’ve trained myself to rise above the bad stuff,’ says Kylie Minogue (ABC News) Related Story: What is the #MeToo campaign? Related Story: Will we ever stop mining Kylie Minogue for tragedy? Kylie Minogue is sick of people asking about her age and says …

The Breakfast Club is ‘troubling’ in the #metoo age, Molly Ringwald says

The Breakfast Club is ‘troubling’ in the #metoo age, Molly Ringwald says

Updated April 09, 2018 11:11:09 External Link: The Breakfast Club trailer When you think of generation-defining films, The Breakfast Club is hard to go past. The film was one of three director John Hughes released in the 1980s at a time when the lives of teenagers were explored crudely, or …

#MeToo has led to an asphyxiating vortex of litigation | Richard Ackland | Opinion

The legal system crashing headlong into #MeTooism provides theatre of an altogether dramatic spectacle. On stage we find Geoffrey Rush’s defamation claim against the Daily Telegraph for its “King Leer” article, alleging he behaved “inappropriately” towards another actor in the Sydney Theatre Company’s production of the Shakespearian play two years …