Bustle News December 30, 2017 By SUMMER LIN With more powerful men being exposed as alleged sexual abusers and the watershed #MeToo movement sparking a national dialogue on sexual assault, 2017 is shaping up to be the year sexual misconduct was finally taken seriously. While many people are glad that powerful men are finally being held
In the wake of the Harvey Weinstein allegations, more and more men in Hollywood are coming forward with their own stories of sexual harassment and sexual abuse within the entertainment industry.
In the week since actor Anthony Rapp said Kevin Spacey made an unwanted sexual advance toward him as a teenager, more than a dozen men have come forward with similar accounts.
The recent allegation of harassment against Kevin Spacey shines a light on a problem that attorneys and experts say has been kept in the shadows for far too long: the abuse of boys and young men by Hollywood’s powerful.
Actor Kevin Spacey faced public and professional backlash Monday after apparently acknowledging a sexual advance he allegedly made on a teenage boy decades ago.