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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden attempted on Wednesday to tamp down a controversy over allegations of unwanted physical contact with women, releasing a video in which he pledged to be “more mindful" of respecting "personal space."
LOS ANGELES (AFP): An Indian couple who fell to their deaths in California's Yosemite National Park were apparently taking a selfie, according to a family member and media reports.
M1 Contact Contemporary Dance Festival features works by artistes from 14 countries, with a focus on regional artistes. https://youtu.be/023c2tm2RT0
A massage therapist is suing Stan Lee of Marvel Comics for sexual assault and battery, accusing him of inappropriate touching and misconduct during two sessions in 2017.
Asian-American actor David An started at the bottom – taking out the trash, getting lunch, answering phones – but he never gave up his Hollywood dream. Today he's in the blockbuster movie ‘Rampage’ alongside Dwayne Johnson.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Reuters won Pulitzer Prizes on Monday for international reporting and photography while the New York Times and Washington Post shared honours for exposing sexual harassment in America and detailing the U.S. investigation of Russia's involvement in the 2016 presidential election.
Inviting boys into girls only spaces to get them to work together and create a society that's equal for all.
PETALING JAYA: All around the world, women have stood up for their rights and even sparked movements such as #MeToo and #TimesUp.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Las Vegas casino mogul Steve Wynn resigned as finance chairman of the Republican Party's fundraising arm on Saturday, a day after a newspaper reported that he routinely subjected women who worked for him to unwanted sexual advances.
With the worldwide movement inspiring more women to speak out against sexual harassment, Malaysians are now sharing their experiences and calling for a standalone Sexual Harassment Act. Civil society groups are pressing for action. Even the Women, Family and Community Development Ministry acknowledges that existing legislation is not enough to counter sexual harassment.