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Culture

Accused Rapist Bryan Singer Could Make Over $40M for 'Bohemian Rhapsody'

In light of the allegations against him, the prospect of the hefty paycheck is frustrating many in Hollywood.
Kara Weisenstein
1.30.19
Art

These Sweet Photos Prove Masculinity Doesn't Have to Be Toxic

'Boys Will Be Boys' rejects gender norms in favor of a more inclusive approach to manhood.
Sara Radin
11.20.18
Noisey News

Lil Wayne and Future's 'SNL' Sketch About Consent Was Unexpectedly Hilarious

"Permission" was funny as hell, the two rap icons hitting their cues perfectly.
Alex Robert Ross
11.12.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Louis C.K. Is Already Back to Doing Standup

The comedian tried out some new material onstage at the Comedy Cellar less than ten months since admitting to his sexual misconduct.
Drew Schwartz
8.28.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Kevin Spacey's New Movie Sold Fewer Than 20 Tickets on Opening Day

It only made $126 nationwide.
Drew Schwartz
8.20.18
LA

Why the Walk of Fame Became a Hotbed of Vandalism and Rage

The city councilwoman fighting to axe Donald Trump's Hollywood tribute told us why this battle is about a lot more than a sidewalk.
Drew Schwartz
8.16.18
sexual assault

R. Kelly's Victimhood Doesn't Excuse His Alleged Sexual Misconduct

“I Admit” addresses sexual misconduct accusations against Kelly and mentions his childhood experiences with abuse. Critics say the song seems like a bizarre attempt to garner public sympathy in the hopes of absolving Kelly of his alleged crimes.
Leila Ettachfini
7.24.18
Noisey News

Woman Accuses R. Kelly of Rape, Imprisonment, and Infecting Her with Herpes

A lawsuit filed yesterday claims that the 51-year-old singer was "mentally, sexually and, verbally" abusive to Faith Rodgers after meeting her last March.
Alex Robert Ross
5.22.18
Ask A Lawyer

How Easy Is It for Businesses to Walk Away from Problematic Artists?

Following Spotify's new conduct policies for curated playlists, we examine the legal and ethical mechanisms lurking beneath the surface of right vs. wrong.
Andrea Domanick
5.11.18
assault

These 9 Politicians Have Resigned for Sexual Misconduct in the Wake of #MeToo

Eric Schneiderman isn't nearly the first.
Leila Ettachfini
5.9.18
Op-Eds

R. Kelly Is Still Working Because Of Who His Victims Are

Some have asked why the Chicago singer hasn't faced any real repercussions. The reason is because his victims are young black girls.
Kristin Corry
5.2.18
Grammys

The Grammys Put Women on Stage—But Gave Awards Almost Exclusively to Men

At the 60th Grammy Awards last night, only one woman walked away with a main award, prompting the trending hashtag #GrammysSoMale.
Linda Yang
1.29.18
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