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Rose McGowan Pulls Out Of Film Festival Appearance Amid Her Harvey Weinstein Rape Allegations

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Rose McGowan will no longer be appearing at the Tallgrass Film Festival — and it has everything to do with Harvey Weinstein.

In case you were unaware, the Charmed alum was slated to be honored with an Ad Astra Award at the Kansas-based film festival. Sadly, 24 hours before her scheduled public appearance, organizers announced that Rose would no longer be coming.

Related: All 45 Women Who Have Accused Harvey Weinstein So Far

The festival noted via a press release:

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Selena Gomez Reaches Out To Former Bestie Demi Lovato Following The Release Of Her Revealing Documentary

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Demi Lovato has bared her soul in the new YouTube documentary, Simply Complicated.

Thus, numerous stans have rallied around the hitmaker following the flick's Tuesday release date. And it seems a bestie from Miz Lovato's past is among those vocalizing their support for the chart topper. OBVIOUSLY, we're talking about the one, the only, Selena Gomez!

Related: Taylor Swift "Politely Declined" To Support BFF Karlie Kloss!

As the 25-year-old's documentary addresses the former Disney darling's rise to fame, mental health struggles, and addiction battle, we knew fans would be there for the pop star. However, since Demi and Selly's friendship has ebbed and flowed over the years, we weren't sure if Gomez would even acknowledge the film.

Selena buried our doubts dead in the ground as she has ALREADY reached out to her childhood bestie. In the comments section of one of Lovato's promo posts for Simply Complicated, Selena dropped some words of love and support.

Don't believe us?? Ch-ch-check out the evidence for yourself (below)!

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Men On Twitter Launch The #HowIWillChange Campaign To Support Alyssa Milano's #MeToo Movement!

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Men may've actually learned something from the Me Too campaign.

As you've likely seen, thousands of women (and countless men too) have shared their personal experiences with sexual harassment and assault. This Twitter movement came to fruition thanks to a conversation between Alyssa Milano and a pal about Harvey Weinstein's misconduct.

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While the movement has allowed many women to speak their truth — including America Ferrera, Ilana Glazer, Evan Rachel Wood, etc. — it has also served as a "wake up call" for several men. Thankfully, rather than shame the victims coming forward, numerous men have launched their own campaign all about how they can change and do better.

The idea came about thanks to one Australian Twitter user, named Benjamin Law, who proposed online:

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France Planning New Street Harassment Laws — Including On The Spot Fines For Catcalling!

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American politicians should take note!

France is cracking down on sexual harassment following the Harvey Weinstein news in an incredible way!

The country's gender equality minister Marlène Schiappa (what a badass job!!) is coordinating plans with President Emmanuel Macron to create new legislation for on-the-spot fines for catcalling and street harassment. Additionally, new laws will aim to give people who were sexually assaulted as a child more time to file a police complaint, and toughen existing laws on sex with minors.

Related: Selena Gomez Doles Out An Empowering AF Message To Her Baby Sis

According to the plans announced this week, politicians will work with police to establish what sort of behavior constitutes sexual harassment — and what the punishment for such acts should be.

Schiappa says this move is "completely necessary because at the moment street harassment is not defined in the law… We can't currently make a complaint."

This is incredible! And about damn time!

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Selena Gomez Doles Out An Empowering AF Message To Her Baby Sis — WATCH!

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Selena Gomez is such an incredible role model.

While the Bad Liar singer has been inspiring fans for years now, it's sweet to see that she is also dedicated to empowering her younger sister, Gracie Elliot Teefey. AH-Mazing.

Related: Selena's BFF Francia Raisa Shows Off Her Transplant Scar

On Monday, the former Disney darling took to Instagram to share a video of herself reminding her four-year-old sis that she is "fearless." Selly G posted:

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Reese Witherspoon Bravely Reveals She Was Sexually Assaulted By A Director At 16

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Reese Witherspoon has become the latest A-lister to open up about sexual harassment and assault in Hollywood. Sadly, the industry vet has had firsthand experience regarding this issue.

As you surely know, countless actresses — including Gwyneth Paltrow, Angelina Jolie, Ashley Judd, Rose McGowan, etc. — have come forward this last week to expose indie movie mogul Harvey Weinstein as a sexual predator. While Miz Witherspoon has not declared herself as one of Harvey's victims, she certainly empathizes with their plight as she's been harassed and/or assaulted several times over the course of her career.

Related: Courtney Love Warned Women About Harvey YEARS Ago

In fact, while giving a speech at Elle's Women in Hollywood event on Monday, the Oscar winner revealed she was only 16 when a director assaulted her. The blonde powerhouse shared:

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Middle School Choir Goes Viral After INSPIRING Rendition Of Rise Up!

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Even in the darkest times, we know we'll rise up with these kids as our future!

In a touching video — posted by Cardinal Shehan School choir director Kenyatta Hardison — that has now gone viral, a group of talented middle school students sing Andra Day's Rise Up — and if this doesn't leave you absolutely inspired, we don't know what will!

Related: Alyssa Milano's #MeToo Campaign Inspires Thousands

This is exactly why art education and having teachers like Hardison is so imperative!

Watch these amazing kids sing their hearts out starting at the 1:00 mark (below)!

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