Jian Ghomeshi wants some attention
In new essay, the former radio host muses on life after his sex assault trial, but doesn't apologize for his actions.
Jian Ghomeshi Doesn’t Deserve Anyone’s Pity
Jian Ghomeshi Accuser Wants Judges to Reconsider How They Evaluate the Credibility of Witnesses
Linda Redgrave wants the impact of trauma on memory to be factored into judgments.
Ten Classic Ten-Hour Videos to Watch Instead of Ghomeshi’s New Thing
You will be better for it.
Jian Ghomeshi Is Back With a New Project and People Are Angry About It
But Ghomeshi’s project manager told VICE he deserves to share his “art.”
The Music Industry Did a Shit Job at Dealing with Sexual Assault This Year
What Kesha's situation has taught us and what we can anticipate in the age of Trump.
How Rape Complainants Are Having Their Social Media Feeds Used Against Them in Court
'Her social media posts are indicative of someone who's come to court with an agenda.'
Are Diverse Hosts Like Shad and Larry Wilmore Set Up To Fail?
The Glass Cliff phenomenon suggests minorities are more likely to be put in high-profile positions that come with a higher risk of criticism and failure.
Judge in York University Rape Trial Slams Justice System While Delivering Guilty Verdict
"That verdict was a work of art."
‘Law & Order: Special Victims Unit’ Offers Women Justice and That's Why I Love It
In the world where Jian Ghomeshi is aquitted and the Stanford rapist gets let out of jail early, 'SVU' is a TV show where women who are assaulted are believed.
How the CBC Let Us Down in the Wake of Jian Ghomeshi Scandal
I was at the CBC when the Ghomeshi scandal broke and got an inside view of its institutional failures.
Jian Ghomeshi Apologizes to Former Colleague in Court, Walks Out a Free Man
Ghomeshi apologized to former CBC colleague Kathryn Borel and signed a peace bond agreeing to stay away from her.