Talk about a powerful image: 35 women who have accused Bill Cosby of sexual assault are not only on the cover of New York Magazine, but are speaking out about "the culture that wouldn't listen."
On Sunday night, the magazine revealed the cover with a link to the accompanying story on Twitter. The feature comes just a few weeks after a newly released deposition from 10 years ago exposed, in detail, the techniques the actor would use to seduce young women at the height of his career.
Check out the moving cover via the magazine's tweet:
Unfortunately, as of Monday morning, the article cannot be accessed due to a hacker who claims to hate New York.
Our site is experiencing technical difficulties. We are aware of the issue, and working on a fix.— New York Magazine (@NYMag) July 27, 2015
According to the Daily Dot, a hacker who goes by ThreatKing is taking responsibility for bringing down the site but said it has nothing to do with the women or Cosby and solely because of "many stupid people" in New York. An anonymous New York Magazine employee told The Daily Dot they believed the site "was on the receiving end of a DDoS attack."