Results related to “Rape”
by Von Diaz on November 5 2013, 4:18PM
Yes, that’s right—rape-resistant underwear.
by Von Diaz on October 15 2013, 11:55AM
A group better known for hacking PayPal, the Church of Scientology, and the Brazilian government has twice set its sights on high school rape cases.
by Jamilah King on May 9 2013, 12:51PM
Yes, Charles Ramsey is funny. And sure, it’s okay to laugh. But here’s something to keep in mind.
by Jamilah King on May 8 2013, 10:07AM
Antoine Dodson. Sweet Brown. Now the Cleveland kidnapping story’s hero. Enough already.
by Jamilah King on March 11 2013, 11:10AM
Victim blaming doesn’t work, people.
by Jorge Rivas on December 5 2012, 2:31PM
In 2010 alone, there were at least 19,000 intra-military sexual assaults, according to the Defense Department.
by Jorge Rivas on November 30 2012, 8:49AM
The two largest French newspapers Le Monde and Le Figaro are reporting Strauss-Kahn and Diallo are expected to meet on December 7 to “sign a financial agreement ending the civil proceedings.”
by Akiba Solomon on November 16 2012, 7:24AM
The General Petraeus sex scandal is all the rage. But we need to focus our attention on how the military is handling routine rape and retaliation against survivors in service.
by Akiba Solomon on August 24 2012, 11:18AM
Rep. Akin, I and a few women of color activists have some information for you about the nature of rape and legitimacy. Since you draft laws that affect our bodies, we ask that you read every word.
by Akiba Solomon on February 23 2012, 2:20PM
Bad publicity, an enlightening conversation with activist dream hampton and “karma” produce an a-ha! moment for the rapper who instructed middle school boys to “turn out” their female classmates.
by Rinku Sen on January 26 2012, 9:49AM
A documentary premiered at Sundance that shines light on the ugly secret of rape inside the U.S. military. It’s time we all pay attention, writes Rinku Sen.
by Akiba Solomon on October 6 2011, 3:09PM
I was ambivalent about SlutWalk—until I saw this picture.
by Akiba Solomon on September 29 2011, 10:05AM
It only took 80 years for the federal agency to acknowledge that “carnal knowledge of a female forcibly and against her will” excludes a whole lot of victims.
by Akiba Solomon on August 25 2011, 2:52PM
As expected, Nafissatou Diallo’s inconsistencies have compelled prosecutors to abandon her sexual assault case against Dominique Strauss-Kahn. It’s a sad day in so-called justice.
by Jorge Rivas on August 23 2011, 2:05PM
A Manhattan Judge has dismissed all charges at the prosecution’s request.
by Akiba Solomon on August 5 2011, 12:45PM
What started among college activists in Toronto has exploded into a global movement, with some fuzzy racial politics. But feminist filmmaker Aishah Shahidah Simmons explains why she’s taking the stage at her hometown’s SlutWalk tomorrow.