When the #meToo movement began in 2016, many women were calling for a “cultural shift” to make sexual harassment and abuse more of a cultural issue rather than a political one.
Since then, a number of women have taken up the cause, and the #metoo movement has exploded with women’s issues being featured in media.
The trend has been embraced by women in general and by some feminists in particular.
Here are five of the best feminist-centric news stories from 2017: 1.
“What the fuck is this?
A woman who was assaulted at work is still working as a waitress?”
By Lauren Duca and Jennifer Strain.
“As a waitress, a male bartender assaulted me in a restaurant restroom, and it took me years to get over it.
I’ve been on my knees, crying, trying to come up with an explanation.
The woman who attacked me, whom I’m sure I’ll never forget, I’m not sure how she did it.
But she had the nerve to tell me she felt bad, that she was a victim, that her anger was not directed at me, but at the man who assaulted me.”
The ‘Bachelor’ cast gets an endorsement deal to make a sexual assault trial “Bachelor” season 13: A former contestant from season seven of the popular TV reality series has spoken out about sexual harassment she claims she faced at the hands of the show’s star.
“I was raped by three different men on three different dates.
And I was told that it was consensual, that I was being raped, and I’m like, ‘No, it wasn’t consensual,'” she said.
“And I didn’t have an attorney.
I had to take my case to court.
And when I did that, the judge was like, ‘[You’re] going to have to sit here for a while, because it’s really difficult for you to talk about this stuff because it is so graphic and painful to talk to people about.'”
The former contestant, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, also said she was offered $50,000 to go public with the case and for the show to remove her from the show entirely.
“They said they were going to pay me $50k to take the case to the world,” she said of the money.
“But I was like: ‘Fuck, I want to tell the truth.'”
Former ‘Housewives’ cast member defends ‘sad’ photos of her former co-star: ‘They were not in a relationship’ “I don’t even know if I can say that this person who was my co-host on the show, who was the most popular and the most influential person on the housewives was in a romantic relationship with another person, period,” said former “Housewives” cast member, and former “Bachelorette” contestant, Liza Rowe.
“We were in a very short-term relationship and then the show was sold to NBC and it was sold back to us, and now they are going to put me in another relationship.
That is sad.
It is sad.”
The “Sons of Anarchy” season 9 reunion will be a big deal for ‘Bachelorettes’ cast members: It’s time for the “Sins of the Father” reunion, and this time the reunion will include a few “Boomers” cast members.
“It will be like an ’80s reunion, like when we did the ‘Sons’ reunion,” co-creator Kurt Sutter said.
The new “Buckaroo Club” reunion will feature two former “Skins” castmembers, “The Dukes of Hazzard” star Chris Tucker and “Dirty Jobs” actress Kristina Bell.
Tucker and Bell will join former “Dynasty” castmember Lizzy Caplan in the reunion, which will be the first in a three-part series.
The reunion is slated to air in the spring of 2019.
“A lot of people thought that I wasn’t going to survive this,” said “House of Cards” star Kate Mara.
“People thought that my dad was dead, or that my mom was dead.
Or that my sister was dead or that I didn�t have a mom or dad.”
Mara, who won the Emmy for her portrayal of Laura Bates on “House,” said that in her time on the “House” show, she had to fight her own demons.
“There were times where I was able to be strong and take care of myself,” she told ABC News.
“Then there were times when I was not.
And sometimes, I would get so desperate and desperate that I would do things that were really dangerous.
So I think there is a sense of responsibility to say, ‘You know what?
I have to step