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Ashley Graham Opens Up For The First Time About Being Sexually Harassed On Set When She Was 17

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Ashley Graham is sharing her story.

After working for 17 years in the industry, the 29-year-old has skyrocketed to fame as one of the most-notable curvy models.

In her July cover story for Glamour magazine, the Nebraska native shines some light on the toughest parts of her career — like when she was sexually harassed on set when she was a teenager.

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Speaking to her friend and fellow plus-size model, Lauren Chan, Ashley remembered:

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Man Arrested For Sexually Assaulting A Chicken

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Cluck that.

A southern Oregon man was arrested on Monday after police say he sexually assaulted a chicken.

Joshua Woltmon remained in the Jackson County Jail on Tuesday on charges of sexual assault of an animal, public indecency, menacing and second-degree disorderly conduct.

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According to court documents, the 27-year-old exposed himself and came into contact with the chicken's genitals.

Or, more explicitly put, he

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Donald Trump Just Appointed A Man With Multiple Sexual Assault Accusations To The State Department

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The Donald Trump administration is finally getting on that whole "filling government jobs" thing they've fallen so far behind on.

Let's just check in and see how it's- OH NO! We should have known.

Trump's team appointed Steven Munoz to the position of "assistant chief of visits" at the State Department, running an office that organizes visits with foreign heads of state.

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As the assistant chief, Munoz would have up to ten staffers under him, though as you'll soon see putting anyone under Munoz might not be the best idea…

When Munoz was an upperclassman at military university The Citadel, he was accused by five different male freshmen of using his position to assault them.

Only one of the incidents was reported while Munoz was a student. At the time, the Citadel chose not to punish Munoz but simply issued him a warning. When he graduated they even gave him a commendation for

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Joe Biden Has Something Powerful To Say To Young Men On College Campuses — 'A Woman Who's Dead Drunk Cannot Consent, You Are Raping Her'

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With a known sexual assaulter in the White House, we need this conversation more than ever.

Former Vice President Joe Biden delivered a speech to students at George Mason University on Wednesday — where he called on young men to take responsibility for changing the culture of sexual assault and rape on college campuses.

The event was organized by It's On Us, which is a campaign that was started by Biden and his bestie, former President Barack Obama to combat "the epidemic of sexual violence" at schools across the country during their time in office.

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During the fiery speech, everyone's favorite politician said bluntly:

"I've been in a lot of locker rooms. I don't know where in locker rooms where it is acceptable to talk about, 'Man, I was out this weekend and boy, I got a piece of her, and I did this and I did that.' The guys who usually say that are usually the ugliest sons of bi— guns in the room. Here's the deal guys, you gotta speak up. You cannot let that kind of talk be bred on a college campus."

He later urged the students to speak up:

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Abigail Breslin Is The Latest Celebrity To Open Up About Sexual Assault

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Abigail Breslin recently opened up about her experience with sexual assault.

The actress began by sharing a post about consent before admitting that she knew her assailant.

She was met with profound support for sharing such personal information, but she's not the only one. Other stars have also bravely revealed their experiences…

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Bill O'Reilly Responds To New Sexual Harassment Report — And Casts HIMSELF The Victim!

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We should have just expected this as par for the course for Bill O'Reilly.

The Fox News host released a statement on his website on Saturday afternoon that was in direct response to the New York Times' bombshell report about Fox's MASSIVE pay-offs for women who had accused O'Reilly of sexual assault.

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And completely not surprisingly, the TV host not only failed to take responsibility or show sensitivity for the situation — he also decided to cast HIMSELF the victim here, as opposed to all the woman who have come forward against him!!!

Here's O'Reilly's full statement:

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Fox News Paid Out $13 Million To Get FIVE Women To Keep Quiet About Sexual Harassment Allegations Against Bill O'Reilly!

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This is a bombshell — and a HUGE blow against Bill O'Reilly's tenure at Fox News.

The New York Times released a report on Saturday morning and even the title itself was so strong, it trended on Twitter for much of the morning: Bill O'Reilly Thrives at Fox News, Even as Harassment Settlements Add Up.

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Whoa!! You've got our attention.

In the report, the Times found that Fox and O'Reilly have paid out at least $13 million to at least five women who have in turn agreed not to pursue sexual harassment or sexual assault allegations or litigation against the network's #1 TV host.

We knew about a couple of these women already, but FIVE?!

Here we go… In the report, the Times wrote:

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