Jane Eisner, the Forward’s editor-in-chief, reflects on Al Franken’s accused sexual impropriety.
“It wasn’t around my waist. It wasn’t around my hip or side. It was definitely on my butt,” Menz said.
“I know I haven’t always been the easiest person to work with,” Tambor said. “But I have never been a predator — ever.”
Last month, Gadot posted a message of support to women speaking out against sexual harassment, calling it “unacceptable.”
Though some of the presentation is different, this story from the Forward on June 23, 1913, is all too familiar.
The Harvey Weinstein scandal is just the latest case of the misuse and exploitation of power through sexual harassment and abuse by people in influential positions. It has caught everyone’s attention and has empowered victims to come forward, speak out, and be believed. Hopefully it is finally the catalyst for significant cultural change.
Some on Twitter took aim at Jahangiri for her apparent assertion that Israel is an inherently or especially violent place for women.
When I reported two truck drivers who attempted to rape me, the Israeli police laughed in my face and questioned my sanity.
Somewhere out there lives a “nice Orthodox Jewish boy” -— now a man — who sodomized me against my will when I was 17 years old.
Sex worker theorists often point out that the reason that sex work is not valued as work is because it falls under the rubric of women’s care