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Book review | With Unbound, #MeToo founder Tarana Burke explains why she felt the need to reclaim the movement
Arts & Culture

Book review | With Unbound, #MeToo founder Tarana Burke explains why she felt the need to reclaim the movement

"If these white women start using this hashtag, and it gets popular, they will never believe that a Black woman in her 40s from the Bronx has been building a movement for the same purposes, using those exact words, for years now."

Milind Soman on judging India's Next Top Model, and why #MeToo movement must also include male victims
Entertainment

Milind Soman on judging India's Next Top Model, and why #MeToo movement must also include male victims

"#MeToo is just about sharing your story, and not diluting anyone else's. Why should anyone be left out only because of their gender?," says Milind Soman.

#MeToo in India: NCW in process of reaching out to survivors of sexual harassment as more women recount ordeals
India

#MeToo in India: NCW in process of reaching out to survivors of sexual harassment as more women recount ordeals

The movement, on the lines of the Hollywood's #MeToo, started after actor Tanushree Dutta alleged that Nana Patekar sexually harassed her on the sets of a movie in 2008.

Editors Guild of India 'condemns predatory conduct of men', expresses solidarity with women speaking up in #MeToo movement
India

Editors Guild of India 'condemns predatory conduct of men', expresses solidarity with women speaking up in #MeToo movement

The Editors Guild of India has also expressed "gratitude and solidarity towards women journalists" who shared their stories as part of the #MeToo movement.

Alok Nath raped and violated me 20 years ago, but norm was to stay silent, writer-producer Vinta Nanda tells Firstpost
Entertainment

Alok Nath raped and violated me 20 years ago, but norm was to stay silent, writer-producer Vinta Nanda tells Firstpost

Vinta Nanda accused her co-worker Alok Nath "the most Sanskaari person in the film and TV industry" of rape and sexual assault in a Facebook status. In a detailed interview to Firstpost, Nanda confirmed that she was talking about Alok Nath.