I Have to Ask: The Parul Sehgal Edition
The New York Times book critic on the state of cultural criticism, and reading the novels of bad men.
“Full of Emotion, a Little Bit Shaky,” Three Weinstein Accusers Presented Together at the Oscars
Citizen Rose Charts a Weinstein Accuser’s Journey Back to HerselfA testament to Rose McGowan in all her gnarly singularity.
Can You Separate the Artist From the Industry?Film critic A.O. Scott on evaluating the work of Harvey Weinstein and Woody Allen after #MeToo.
The “2017 Conundrums, Featuring They Might Be Giants” EditionListen to Slate’s show of listener-generated conundrums, answered live before a Boston Gabfest audience.
Watching Louis C.K.’s New Movie and Saying GoodbyeI’ll never look at my old cultural crush the same way again.
How to Listen to and Support Victims of Sexual TraumaBearing witness to trauma is so hard that it has historically impeded our ability to help. We must change that.
Bad BoiesThe renowned liberal attorney threw ethics out the window to help Harvey Weinstein.
The 2018 Academy Awards Made Unexciting HistoryThe most unpredictable Oscars in years somehow ended up the least surprising.
I Have to Ask
I Have to Ask: The A.O. Scott EditionThe New York Times film critic on watching movies in the post-Weinstein age.
“I Feel So Close to You All”Harvey Weinstein’s accusers, in conversation for the first time.
Harvey Weinstein’s Lawyers Suggest Some Accusers Had Consensual Sex With Him and Developed Regrets Later
#MeToo Is Changing MindsEven among Slate commenters who used to think rape culture was a myth.
Harvey Weinstein’s Lawyers Are Still Telling People His 2015 Accuser Worked as a Prostitute
I Have to Ask
I Have to Ask: The Rebecca Traister EditionThe journalist on sexual misconduct stories—and the coming backlash to them.
Wasted ReckoningsWhat do we really want out of public apologies from alleged sexual harassers?
Harvey Weinstein Reportedly Set Up Elaborate Private Intelligence Operation to Keep Victims Quiet