Alyssa Milano Said She Never Thought #MeToo Would ‘Destroy Innocent Men.’

SexHeadline.com We have to societally change that mindset to believing women, but that does not mean at the expense of not giving men their due process and investigating situation

In an interview with radio host Andy Cohen, actress Alyssa Milano addressed the sexual misconduct allegations against former vice president and current US Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, “I believe that even though we should believe women, and that is an important thing, what that statement really means is that for so long, the go-to has been not to believe …

#MeToo changed these 16 women’s lives

They’re not celebrities. Their voice coach isn’t either. But #MeToo changed their lives. 16 women say a respected voice …  16 women say a respected voice coach preyed on their desire to make it in the industry. For years, each of them thought she was the only one.  CNN

Revenge Porn: Growing Pains for the #MeToo Movement?

#MeToo movement faces growing pains   Just four months after the #MeToo movement inspired a nationwide conversation about sexual misconduct, and leading to the downfall of many powerful American men, a backlash seems to be under way. Women are divided amongst themselves as more men are beginning to speak out, words such as “revenge porn” and “witch hunt” are turning up …

#MeToo

No, #MeToo is not a sex panic   Is the #MeToo campaign a welcome signal that American society may finally be willing to grapple with the ways men use sexual dominance against the women they work with? Vox Full coverage