The very purpose and power of social media—anonymity—is under threat, and it remains to be seen how it will damage the global movement.
The report names priests, deacons, nuns, and other religious figures associated with the five Roman Catholic dioceses in New Jersey — including members of religious orders.
If you’re still debating the limits of the hashtag, we tell you not just ‘why’ you need to believe the survivors, but also how your belief need not conflict with the idea of justice.
As the movement marks its first year of existence, we asked women how things have changed—or not—in their respective countries.
"I have not brought this up for years, until I heard this testimony—it's just breaking my heart."
Readers were outraged by the 'Indy Star' image, which depicted Christine Blasey Ford making a series of ridiculous demands like "roses" and "green M&Ms."
On Twitter, #WhyIDidntReport is a collection of stories from sexual assault survivors that mirror what research proves: Victims who come forward will face more scrutiny, stigma, and blame than their perpetrators.
The biggest mental health response of its kind in Europe means little when two-thirds of survivors are still living in temporary accommodation.
America's U Visa offers hope to survivors of awful crimes, even under Donald Trump. But applying can be its own kind of nightmare.
The physically uninjured need resources, too.
They understood why I didn't like balloons or felt uneasy in grocery stores or other places that didn't allow me to clearly plot an exit.