Mira Sorvino

The state Assembly and Senate passed two bills that address the statute of limitations on rape, workplace harassment and nondisclosure agreements.
Actress and Time’s Up advocate Mira Sorvino opened up about her rape in a tearful plea to lawmakers to protect survivors of sexual misconduct.
In a tearful speech, the actress spoke publicly for the first time about her rape while urging New York lawmakers to write stronger laws to protect victims.
Mira Sorvino shared another personal story to show the pervasiveness of inappropriate behavior.
“I was a too young to even know ― thank God — what a condom tasted like."
Celebrities teamed up with the ACLU for a video titled "My Name Is Mirian."
Cutting off her microphone during her graduation speech only made this high school valedictorian’s voice louder.
Both actresses have accused producer Harvey Weinstein of sexual misconduct.
Mira Sorvino tells Dylan Farrow she believes her accusations against Woody Allen in a HuffPost exclusive.
“I send you love and inclusion and admiration for your courage all this time.”
"I send you love and inclusion and admiration for your courage all this time."
“He’s gonna go to jail and die in jail. If he doesn’t, Harvey, I’ve got some news for you.”
Terry Zwigoff's claim comes on the heels of a similar allegation made this week by "Lord of the Rings" director Peter Jackson.
"There it is, confirmation that Harvey Weinstein derailed my career," Sorvino said.
Beginning in 1984, there are now over 30 women who allege Harvey Weinstein sexually harassed or abused them. These are some of their stories.
Beginning in 1984, there are now over 30 women who allege Harvey Weinstein sexually harassed or abused them. These are some of their stories.
The actress came forward this week with allegations of sexually harassment against the disgraced producer.