Video of an alleged gang rape in Egypt was so widely shared that it had a name: "The Fairmont Incident." So why wasn't anyone charged?
From gender equality to climate change, the country is experiencing its largest social movements in generations.
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."
The name-and-shame website's support base was born out of frustration at a pattern of strict standards applied to victims and lenient sentences for offenders.
Power imbalances in the industry are often upheld by lack of regulation, allowing cases of sexual assault and racism to go unchecked – but tattooists are working to change the situation.
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.
Rape culture, misogyny, and abuse aren't new issues, but recognizing how they function in specific industries can help in the effort to root them out.
Allegations of sexual assault, abuse, and harassment are moving through every level of the video games industry.
Ashraf Ismail announces departure on Twitter after accusations leveled against him.
Businesses are rethinking their sexual harassment training curriculum in the #metoo era.
Weinstein was found not guilty of the most serious charges against him, two counts of predatory sexual assault.