We called up an expert on celebrity trials, sex offenses, and defamation at the University of Southern California for his take on the formerly beloved comedian's legal woes and how they might play out.
"If you give a woman—or a man, for that matter—without his or her knowledge a drug, and then have sex with that person without consent, that's rape."
"Bill sleeping around was a 'fact' that, like the air, seemed to just be. You didn't have to see it or hear it to know that it existed."
Both are rooted in blaming the victim.
A similar statue in Disney World was recently removed from public view.
In a quest for morality, Banda Aceh is discussing night curfews for girls to prevent "bad behavior."
Years after being raped, Pavan Amara couldn't look in the mirror or bear being touched—even by a doctor. Now, with the NHS, she's set up My Body Back, a clinic for women with the same issues.
State Senator Norman McAllister could be in some serious trouble.
Despite the recent outcry, experts believe rape has been commonplace at American universities for decades. So why are we just talking about it now?
We talked to the people behind headlines like "I Breastfeed My Dad," "Lover Paid Thugs £50 to Burn Me Alive," and "SOS! Psycho in Our Flowerbed!"
In Uganda, only 19 percent of the population has access to toilets that are not shared and that protect them from direct contact with waste—conditions which poses a serious threat to women's health and safety.
Farber's testimonial play Nirbhaya explores the reality of rape in India and worldwide.
In this nightmarish situation, the woman's family is faced with an important question: What do you do about a pregnancy that's not only medically risky, but also the result of sexual question?
We spoke to two folklorists in order to better understand gaming's obsession with rescuing damsels in distress, and things got dark.
I spent a few days with them to meet the seemingly regular people behind the hate.
The aftermath of the murder of a 24-year-old British woman captures the uneasy mix of conservatism and behind-closed-doors hedonism in the Persian Gulf state.
Michele Fiore is Sarah Palin and Charlton Heston wrapped up in one "strong-ass woman" body.
He asked for my forgiveness and I said "OK," but it wasn't OK.
The cops have suspended their investigation into the alleged gang rape that set off a national conversation about sexual assault on campus.
This morning a court ruling prolonged the ban on India's Daughter, a BBC documentary about rape in India. But the longer it lasts, the more people will talk about it.
The cops' incredibly unprofessional behavior violated departmental rules, but apparently not enough for them to be pushed off the force.
According to leaked emails, a professor told the student "I don't accept any Indian male students for internships" because "we hear a lot about the rape problem in India, which I cannot support."
Sabrina Buckwalter, an American reporter living in India, wrote the first feature on the Khairlanji massacre. Months later, her visa was denied, and she was given 72 hours to get out of the country.
Pregnancy explores themes of rape and teenage pregnancy, but to some commenters it's just "retarded."