In the latest case in India, a man was shot in the head after he filed a complaint against the killer for sexually harassing his niece.
The repeated slaps on the wrist hint at the "cultural remains" of a time when women were viewed as objects, but that may be beginning to change.
The case was just the latest example of a court going easy on a male university student convicted of gender-based violence, and young Singaporeans aren’t having it.
Once again, a politician's suicide has left behind allegations of crimes that will never be investigated. Koreans are trying to change that.
After sustained campaign on social media, Lahore school fires four male staff for sexually abusing students over the years.
Through representatives, the late Seoul Mayor Park Won-soon's secretary speaks out: "I hoped to forgive him... and receive a humane apology."
Police were quick to note that it was still uncertain whether Mayor Park's death, currently suspected to be a suicide, was related to the complaint.
How ‘Locker Room Talk’ at a Cookie Company Helped Fuel a Movement Against Toxic Masculinity in the Philippines
Filipino women are speaking up against the casual misogyny men engage in behind closed doors, calling out lewd talk for what it really is—a stepping stone to sexual abuse.
Allegations of sexual assault, abuse, and harassment are moving through every level of the video games industry.
Businesses are rethinking their sexual harassment training curriculum in the #metoo era.
Now, an international coalition of labour unions has just filed a complaint against the fast food giant alleging “systemic sexual harassment” of its employees around the world.
Users have created an entire genre of videos designed to scare away would-be harassers and help vulnerable people navigate dodgy situations.