Coachella Is Taking Steps To Prevent Sexual Assault
Coachella's new Every One initiative will include trained counselors, consent guidelines, and "safety ambassadors" at this year's festival.
A New Zealand Woman Was Charged for Doxing a Sex Worker Online
This case happened in a country where sex work is legal, but it still illustrates how people exploit stigma and shame.
Women of Twitter Are Educating Trump With Heartbreaking Stories of #WhyIDidntReport
Stories of unreported rapes and assaults from women young and old.
Alex Jones And Infowars Just Got Kicked Off Twitter For Good
Twitter said in a tweet that @infowars and @realalexjones had too long violated its “abusive behavior policy.”
Louis C.K. Receives Standing Ovation at First Set Since Admitting Sexual Misconduct
Months after confirming sexual misconduct allegations against him, Louis C.K. made a surprise appearance at New York City's comedy cellar last night, where he was greeted warmly by a sold-out crowd.
After My Ex Stalked Me Online, I Saw The Dark Side Of Romantic Obsession
Thanks to a childhood spent watching romantic comedies with forceful male leads, I thought love was persistent and never gave up—until my ex stalked me after our breakup.
A History of Violent Threats Didn’t Stop the Maryland Newsroom Shooter from Buying a Gun
He'd use that same gun to open fire at the Capitol Gazette and allegedly kill five people.
Mental Illness Is Killing Porn Stars and the Industry Is Taking Action
After five deaths in three months, adult performers are creating their own support networks.
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Jason Bateman Apologized for 'Mansplaining' in That Awful 'NYT' Interview
The 'Arrested Development' star made a huge mistake.
Nearly 70 percent of flight attendants say they've been sexually harassed on the job
But they almost never report it.
#MeToo Is Creating a 'Ripple Effect' for Domestic and Farm Workers
Two leading organizers against harassment in domestic and farm work discuss harnessing the power of #MeToo to help give women the courage to fight for each other.
The City That Made Misogyny Illegal
In April of 2016, Nottinghamshire Police became the first force in the UK to recognise misogyny as a hate crime. This is what's happened since.