What’s Current: CBS CEO Leslie Moonves accused of sexual harassment by six former colleagues

  • Six women have come forward to accuse CBS CEO, Leslie Moonves, of forcibly kissing and touching them during business meetings, and another thirty current and former employees have described his participation in a company-wide culture of covering up sexual harassment and intimidation.
  • An 18-year-old British woman working in Naples was allegedly raped by two men who offered to drive her home from a party, and then again by a third man who offered to help her, but drove her to a parking lot, raped her again, then made a recording on his phone bragging about the assault.
  • An Alberta man says he saved almost $1,100 on his car insurance by changing his legal sex markers from male to female.
  • Argentine women protested for greater abortion access in a silent, Handmaid’s Tale protest. Complications from botched, illegal abortions is a leading cause of maternal mortality in the country.
  • A workplace harassment allegation has led to the suspension of the managing director of the charity, JustGiving, Neil Bannister.
Natasha Chart

Natasha Chart is an online organizer and feminist living in the United States. She does not recant her heresy.