Businesses are rethinking their sexual harassment training curriculum in the #metoo era.
Findings from the first ever study looking into consensual sex following drug taking.
Asa Butterfield and Ncuti Gatwa of Netflix's hit British teen series spoke to VICE about thot pics and the importance of sex positivity.
As the Harvey Weinstein trial continues, some experts stress that “freezing” and “fawning” are valid responses to assault—especially when there’s a power imbalance between the victim and the attacker.
Sex positivity was the pervasive message at the start of the decade. Then things got more complicated.
Previous research has suggested that the risk of being drugged is an overblown urban myth. But a 2016 study says that drink spiking is very real and often leads to sexual assault for women on college campuses.
Of the 20 gay bars and clubs VICE contacted, only one replied to outline its policy around groping and unwanted touching.
The practice is still legal in 42 states despite decades-long ethical concerns. In the #MeToo era, things are starting to change.
Embracing my hearing limitations has come, somewhat counterintuitively, from eroticising them.
The people entrusted to care for me need to understand and respect my boundaries.
"All I knew was porn, and that didn’t help."