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Sheryl Sandberg says 60% of male managers are afraid to have a one-on-one meeting with a female employee
The best way to advance at work is to have a mentor, but a report from Sheryl Sandberg's LeanIn reveals a new obstacle to women's careers.
Sony is reportedly changing its standards for sexual content in new PlayStation games in response to the #MeToo movement and livestreaming
Sony has adopted new standards to cut down on sexually explicit depictions of women in video games sold for PlayStation.
A model created an app to connect models with free stuff, and she says it’s a way to make the industry safer
Neon Coats offers agented models free or heavily discounted experiences, in the hopes that they will document those businesses on social media.
Former Georgia gubernational candidate Stacey Abrams defended Joe Biden amid allegations that the former Vice President inappropriately touched women.
Joe Biden jokes about getting permission to hug and touch people at his first public event since 7 women alleged he touched them inappropriately
"By the way, he gave me permission to touch him," Biden said.
More women have come forward accusing Joe Biden of uncomfortable physical contact, bringing the total to 7
The allegations are in addition to the four other women who have accused him of inappropriately making physical contact.
"Here's the problem: in neither case is the often repeated and recirculated interpretation true," Russo said
Former Defense Secretary’s wife says photo of her with Joe Biden was misinterpreted: ‘as the sole owner of my story, it is high time that ...
The wife of former Defense Secretary Ash Carter has come forward to defend Joe Biden over a viral photo that depicted Biden embracing her from behind.
Joe Biden’s ‘awkward’ interactions with women resurface following allegations of inappropriate touching
"My brain couldn't process what was happening. I was embarrassed. I was shocked. I was confused," wrote Biden accuser Lucy Flores in New York Magazine.
Thousands of female economists say they’ve been sexually assaulted or discriminated against by colleagues
Female economists have for years dealt with pervasive sexual misconduct and discrimination in workplaces across the US, according to a new report.