A former Chinese censor says the scale of the censorship is “unprecedented.”
In one case, a Southwest passenger allegedly sexually assaulted a flight attendant and now faces a nearly $41,000 fine.
State media journalists have released videos showing Peng Shuai is alive, but activists say that’s beside the point.
The man, a former prep school student, is accused of running a “party house” in New York where his family would allegedly ply teen girls with drinks.
“I blamed myself for a long time,” one survivor told VICE News. “I think a lot of that was because of the way that the school handled it.”
In an email published by Chinese state media, Peng Shuai purportedly walked back allegations of sexual assault against a former Communist Party leader.
Prominent tennis players like Naomi Osaka have voiced support for Peng Shuai, who has not been heard from since she accused a former Communist Party leader of sexual assault.
The student is now also required by her school to attend a class called “Sexual Harassment is Preventable.”
Former Wimbledon champion Peng Shuai has accused ex-Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli of coercing her into sex.
In the surveys, between 10 and 13 percent of students self-reported having committed sexually aggressive acts.
The fast food chain's employees will strike in cities like Chicago, Houston, and Miami to spotlight accusations of sexual harassment and assault.