We speak to two folklore experts to better understand gaming's obsession with rescuing damsels in distress. Things get dark.
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.
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.
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".
The "murderabilia" market allows collectors to buy ghoulish artifacts like string art made by Charles Manson and dirt pulled from the crawlspace where John Wayne Gacy buried his victims.
"I am not a citizen of any country. The Myanmar government says I am not Burmese, I am not Bangladeshi, and I'm not Australian."
As someone whose entire sex education was a 20-stone nun denouncing abortion, I'm right behind Stella Creasy's pledge to make PSHE compulsory from primary school upwards.
How speech bubbles turned a painting of Superman, Supergirl, Batman and the Flash having sex with Wonder Woman into a rape scandal.