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Different strokes for different folks.
“You could say that J.K. Rowling is canceled, but I mean, if people bought 100 fewer ‘Harry Potter’ books this year than that last year, I don’t think that affects her marginally.”
The Grammys Nominated Several Accused Abusers, And Here's What The Recording Academy CEO Had To Say About It
Seems like the Grammys are just fine with nominating men with multiple allegations of assault.
"He picked her up, stopped at a gas station, bought a jar of pickles and then drove to the beach."
"Just looking at the math, something doesn't add up. It would be difficult for them to equal their very prominent and power role in 2016."
In Judd Apatow’s The King of Staten Island, Pete Davidson can finally answer the big question that’s dogged him for his entire career: Why is he like this?
During a Wednesday night set in California attended by the Daily Beast, the comedian joked about his sexual misconduct controversy.
But Quinn also said it was “obviously” too soon for Louis C.K. to be attempting a stand-up comeback after his sexual misconduct controversy.
"You didn't get shot — you pushed some fat kid in the way, and now I've gotta listen to you talking?"
Things are never going back to the way they were.
“I'm happy the #MeToo movement has slowed down a little bit,” Macdonald said.
Michael talked to BuzzFeed News' Profile host Audie Cornish about his past as an artist and addressed Louis C.K.'s comeback.
Louis C.K. and Aziz Ansari’s effortless returns highlight the double standard for women comics like Kathy Griffin and Samantha Bee, who are still apologizing for misdeeds far less severe.
“I’m still on the same shampoo bottle as when Louis C.K.’s time out started,” tweeted New York comedian Sarah Lazarus after his surprise Sunday set.
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The comedian was accused of sexual misconduct by five women in November 2017 and confirmed the stories were true.
Chloë Grace Moretz Said Louis C.K.'s "I Love You, Daddy" Film Should "Just Kind Of Go Away, Honestly"
"I don’t think it’s time for them to have a voice right now."
Jennifer Fox’s powerful new film The Tale is a reminder of how many #MeToo narratives have been centered on the men accused, rather than the people who have spoken up against them. (Warning: This essay contains descriptions of child sexual assault, and spoilers.)
Syfy and USA now allow the f-word without muting, to the delight of show creators.
Being an ethical consumer of media is always going to be more involved than just dumping any title that's been touched by a seemingly boundless supply of bad men.
From Tiffany Haddish and Matt Damon to Wonder Woman and Tom Cruise, here are the actors, filmmakers, and studios with reason to celebrate 2017 — and others who likely can't wait to see it go.
Though the devastating investigations of Weinstein gave birth to the national reckoning on sexual assault, the once all-powerful mogul continues to try to defend himself — perhaps showing us what may come after #MeToo.
Maybe the reason the recent wave of apology tours feels so exhausting is because giving forgiveness takes more effort than asking for it.
I love being a stand-up comic, but we have to address the toxic misogyny in our community that enabled the behavior of Bill Cosby and Louis C.K.
In a statement Friday, the network announced it is "ending our association with Louis C.K."
"Now that I think bout it, all women in Hollywood should win double Oscars for acting like all the men were cool all along."
"At the time, I said to myself that what I did was okay because I never showed a woman my dick without asking first."
The distributor has decided not to release the film, after women told the New York Times the comedian masturbated in front of them.
I Love You, Daddy is a primer for how conversations about power and consent get muddied and used to excuse abusive behavior. And in the wake of allegations against C.K., the film became unreleasable.
The fact that C.K. spent years making self-aware jokes about men’s sexual aggression only makes the revelation of his own alleged behavior feel more like a personal betrayal.