Italian officials blasted the advertisement, saying it was not only sexist but also offered an "absurdly" low salary — $5.80 an hour.
Photographer Kim Williams says she's had men touch her without her consent, ask for her phone number, and belittle her work at weddings.
The creator, who has built up 2.6 million TikTok followers by critiquing misogynistic content, told Insider she hopes her videos help empower women.
Kidman questioned a reporter from The Guardian about whether they would ask the same personal question to a man.
Foy — best known for her role as Queen Elizabeth II in "The Crown" — said the feeling of being exploited was a certainty after filming sex scenes.
Dunst said working with Sofia Coppola gave her the confidence to say no: "The coolest girl liked how I looked, that's what preserved me."
The call comes after the state's education commissioner created a webpage to report teachers for alleged discrimination as part of a new state law.
After the first look at the upcoming Netflix live-action reboot, fans complained about how different Faye Valentine appeared compared to the anime.
Sarah Jessica Parker told Vogue she gets questions about gray hair that "Real Housewives" host Andy Cohen never has to face.
We got an inside look at what it's like during the intense first week for new freshmen, known as "rats," at the Virginia Military Institute.
Janneke Parrish helped set up a website called AppleToo where Apple employees could share stories of discrimination.
Chastain and Isaac are both seen fully nude in "Scenes From a Marriage," the new HBO show based on Ingmar Bergman's 1970's series.
Up until 2019, fire departments managers received this guidance in a training memo that had originally been written in 1997.
Blue Origin officials told The Washington Post that Bezos' company hired a law firm to investigate the senior executive, and then fired him in 2019.
Ruby Tandoh was a finalist on season four of the show and received unfounded accusations from fans that she was seducing judge, Paul Hollywood.
"It's very dehumanizing," the 19-year-old singer said in an interview with Elle Magazine. Eilish has said she wants fans to normalize "real bodies."
96% of Facebook users shown a job ad for mechanics were men, and 95% shown an ad for nurse jobs were women, Global Witness said.
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