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How Men Can (Still) Help Women Advance Their Careers Post #MeToo

“I used to take every new hire in our business unit out to lunch. It was my go-to welcome,” a white male division president once […]

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The Senator Says He’s Not a Rapist

This is the kind of thing that set it off. Five years ago, Daylin Leach, a state senator from Wayne, was gearing up for a […]

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Investigative Journalist Nicole Weisensee Egan on Chronicling Bill Cosby’s Fall

The Rundown Age: 51 CV, abridged: Washington, D.C., correspondent and crime reporter, Philadelphia Daily News (1992-2005); senior writer, People (2005-2017); adjunct journalism professor, Temple’s Klein […]

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Q&A: Feminist Writer Rebecca Traister on How Anger Shapes Philly Politics

Rebecca Traister is one of the most sharp-witted, observant feminists of our time. Her recently released book, Good and Mad, centers on women’s anger. Its […]

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This Philly Student’s Gorgeous Women’s Magazine Is the Antidote to Cosmo

It’s been one hell of a year for women. Throughout 2018, we shared painful stories of sexual assault and found a new power in our ability to unite under […]

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Fired UArts Prof Claims a Kiss at a Public Event Led to His Termination

Harris Fogel is a photographer whose works are in the collections of the National Museum of Art at the Smithsonian Institute and the Metropolitan Museum […]

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Sexual Assault Survivors to Rally in Support of Kavanaugh Accusers

Sexual assault survivors and supporters plan to march in Center City on Monday in support of Christine Blasey Ford and Deborah Rameriz, two women who […]

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Philly Comedians: Punch Line Philly Should Cancel Jeremy Piven’s Show

Fishtown comedy club Punch Line Philly is set to host 52-year-old actor Jeremy Piven this weekend, and local comedians aren’t happy. Their concern? Piven, who’s best known […]

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Here’s How Philly Advocates Are Fighting Sexual Harassment in the Restaurant Industry

“Working as a bartender, people hit on you.” “I think I’m desensitized. That’s how the back-of-house has been at every restaurant I’ve worked at.” “It […]

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Two Philly Restaurants Are Hosting Sexual Harassment Trainings

The Coalition for Restaurant Safety and Health is teaming up with two Philly restaurants to train restaurant staff and managers to prevent sexual harassment in […]

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Fortune Says These Philadelphians Are Among the World’s Greatest Leaders

It’s been quite a week for Philadelphians making lists of Very Important People. On Thursday, we told you about two Philadelphians who landed on Time […]

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For Rape Victims, the #MeToo Movement Can Cut Both Ways

Not long ago, a friend of mine asked me what the best day of my life was. We were sitting on the banks of the […]

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A Doll’s House in a #MeToo World

Matt Lauer. Harvey Weinstein. Charlie Rose. I could go on. High-profile men are feeling the wrath of the women they’ve wielded their power over, making […]