A new lawsuit against Uber hopes to prove the company does not have the "safest rides on the road." For women, there aren't any good transportation options left.
The majority of students surveyed didn't report assaults to them because they didn't think it was "serious enough."
It's called "Til It Happens to You" and partial proceeds from the song will go to organizations helping sexual assault survivors.
The complainant says she was sickened to learn her "boyfriend" was actually her female best friend.
Call Me Lucky tells the story of Barry Crimmins, a comedian and sexual abuse survivor who took on AOL in the 90s for inadequately dealing with the child pornography circulating through its chat rooms.
The 19-year-old was cleared of the most serious charges but was still found guilty of one felony and several misdemeanors, and must register as a sex offender for his sexual encounter with a girl who was then 15.
As the trial of former St. Paul's school student and alleged rapist Owen Labrie concludes, the outcome hinges on which side of the story the mostly male jury finds more credible.
Secrecy and denial at all costs.
The New Hampshire courtroom has heard intense and emotional accounts of the night senior Owen Labrie had an allegedly nonconsensual sexual encounter with a 15-year-old girl.
Cutting funding to the charities that support rape victims sends a clear message to both abusers and survivors.
Several lawbreaking immigrants told VICE that no one takes the GOP candidate's aggressive rhetoric all that seriously.
Three frat brothers are suing the magazine—whose managing editor Will Dana is jumping ship—arguing they were defamed by the retracted story about the University of Virginia's rape culture. But does the case hold any water?
Michael Cohen later apologized for making "an inarticulate comment" after the story spread around the internet during what was a pretty routine 24 hours at the Trump campaign.
"After a while, when it kicks in, they get all huggy-buggy," he says.
A similar statue in Disney World was recently removed from public view.
He testified about the drugs in a 2005 lawsuit.
"If you scratch the surface and look past the veneer of equality, they're scary people with scary ideas," said the pseudonymous activist Emma R.
A paper about preventing rape in the New England Journal of Medicine made headlines, but we need to be careful not to draw simplistic conclusions.
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.
A medieval expert compares the rape culture in the controversial TV series with that in history and literature.
Sexual harassment? Weirdly, this "frotter" doesn't see why anyone would consider his hobby a problem.
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?