MRAs found reeling in the wake of the Gillette advert, the criminalisation of upskirting, and being told to eat less meat.
Thanks to Gina Martin, upskirting—the act of filming or photographing up someone's clothes without their consent—is now a criminal offense.
As the government debates classifying misogyny as a hate crime, it's worth asking if existing laws are doing their job well enough.
Buy-to-let has skewed the housing market and must be curbed, think-tank says.
After being pushed from social networks, a large community of self-described “shooters” have continued to share photos and videos exposing women on closed-off, dedicated forums for years, including illegally swapping upskirt clips.
After Reddit famously banned the creepshots sub-reddit, which shared non-consensual, revealing photos of women, Tumblr now has a slew of users pushing out similar photos across at least dozens of dedicated blogs.
A court recently ruled that a Georgia man can't be convicted of invasion of privacy for following a woman and videotaping up her skirt while she grocery shopped.
If Apple and Google have their way, perverts will win, prosecutor says.