May 24, 2016
Cosby said a modeling agency provided him "five or six" girls a week at one point.
We travel to a sanctuary for sexual assault survivors in the Democratic Republic of Congo tonight on the premiere of Gloria Steinem's WOMAN on VICELAND.
Only survivors of abuse are allowed on stage at Rape Is Real and Everywhere, a show touring Canada starting May 15.
Are attitudes about sexual assault uniquely heinous in this prairie state, or was it just a mistake?
The 46-year-old confessed to more than 100 burglaries, but his past is way darker.
I spoke to four lesbians who got railroaded into prison during a national panic spiked with homophobia.
An Ohio teen is on the hook after using Periscope to capture her 17-year-old friend's attack.
Even after serving decades-long sentences, sex offenders are often held indefinitely in prison-like conditions—a situation that critics say is legally and ethically dubious.
"When I was raped, I learned things about myself and the world I live in that it would have been far better never to know. And for most of my adult life, the knowledge has been killing me."
The contract requires students who report sexual assault to "remain silent," while a Brandon University student described the process as "humiliating" and "horrifyingly ignorant."
Then MUNCHIES explains why a New Orleans gay bar changed its clothing-optional rule, and Motherboard investigates a new startup that's helping people identify counterfeit drugs in Pakistan.
Orgies, beatings, and shifty-eyed teenage boys in tracksuits—my time waitressing at the Yangtze was a big, fat cliché.
Why I didn't behave like I was expected to or report my assault to police.
Tracing the career of Eddie Mannix, the MGM general manager who allegedly helped to cover up rape, abortion, and possibly even murder.
It's a disturbingly common belief that people who are raped should respond in two ways—fight or flight. I know that's not how I responded.
He was the chief suspect for decades, but thanks to bizarre moves by prosecutors, the 83-year-old is only now facing the prospect of justice.
I watched Owen Labrie get convicted of statutory rape in the St. Paul's prep school trial in New Hampshire last summer. Then I bumped into him on the train this week.
We asked a veteran criminal defense lawyer about the now-infamous comedian's aggressive strategy.
VICE spoke with the Canadian photojournalist about his book, An Enemy Within, which documents victims of sexual assault in the US military.
Charity Keesic was beaten to death by the 16-year-old son of a family friend. Now her mother is trying to break the cycle of male violence within her community.
The disgraced comedian's lawyers are saying he only detailed his obscenely creepy sexual habits in a decade-old deposition because a former prosecutor promised not to charge him criminally.
A genius named Ted Cruz thinks it did.
Inventions ranging from chastity belts to penis-slicing devices have been patented for decades. The question is how much these devices could actually do to prevent rape.
The long, painful process of reporting a sexual assault allegation often leads to nothing more than pain for the victim and a slap on the wrist for the accused.