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CeeLo Green: It's Not Rape If the Victim Is Unconscious

CeeLo Green: It’s Not Rape If the Victim Is Unconscious

by Jamilah King on September 2 2014, 10:25AM

The singer decided to make a bad situation even worse.

Topics: Culture

Darren Sharper and the Myth of People Who Are 'Too Sexy' To Rape

Darren Sharper and the Myth of People Who Are ‘Too Sexy’ To Rape

by Jamilah King on February 21 2014, 12:24PM

The former NFL star is being investigated for eight sexual assaults.

Topics: Arts & Culture, /NOW

Court Date Set for Phila. Teen Alleging Sexual Assault By Police

Court Date Set for Phila. Teen Alleging Sexual Assault By Police

by Carla Murphy on January 24 2014, 11:30AM

Darrin Manning faces criminal charges from an arrest in which he says a female police officer injured his genitals.

Topics: Criminal Justice, /NOW

Phila. Teen Claims Stop-And-Frisk Led to Injured Genitals

Phila. Teen Claims Stop-And-Frisk Led to Injured Genitals

by Carla Murphy on January 21 2014, 4:18PM

The 16-year-old says that a female officer squeezed his genitals so hard that it ruptured his testicle.

Topics: Criminal Justice, /NOW

Controversial Military Sexual Assault Proposal Dropped

Controversial Military Sexual Assault Proposal Dropped

by Carla Murphy on December 10 2013, 1:58PM

Other reforms aimed at curbing sexual assault in the military are included.

Topics: Gender & Sexuality, /NOW

How Can We Help Kids Define What Is and Isn't Healthy Sexuality?

How Can We Help Kids Define What Is and Isn’t Healthy Sexuality?

by Akiba Solomon on March 5 2012, 9:52AM

In an age of free porn, rape-promoting video games and stupid advice videos from grown men, childhood sexual exploration is trickier than ever. There are no easy answers. Herewith, a few starting points.

Topics: Gender, Gender & Sexuality, Too $hort

“I Had to Accept That I Could Be Sexually Assaulted on the Job”

by Akiba Solomon on March 3 2011, 3:58PM

Five lessons in self-protection from an independent female journalist who covered rape in Haiti’s post-quake tent camps

Topics: Gender

Is Obama's

Is Obama’s “Historic” Tribal Justice Reform Enough?

by Michelle Chen on September 8 2010, 9:15AM

A watershed law to improve criminal justice systems in Indian Country could help deal with violence against women, but deeper changes are needed.

Topics: Criminal Justice, On Gender

Women Detainees Sexually Abused as ICE Polices Itself

Women Detainees Sexually Abused as ICE Polices Itself

by Michelle Chen on August 25 2010, 10:28AM

Sexual abuse cases at a Texas detention facility reveals ICE’s failures to protect women.

Topics: Immigration, On Gender

First Nations Confront Legacy of Violence Against Women

First Nations Confront Legacy of Violence Against Women

by Michelle Chen on August 23 2010, 10:17AM

Native women in Canada confront a growing number of disappearances and tragic deaths.

Topics: Gender & Sexuality, On Gender

Indian Country Wins Power to Fight Sexual Assault

Indian Country Wins Power to Fight Sexual Assault

by Michelle Chen on August 2 2010, 9:30AM

Native women are more than twice as likely to get assaulted, and 9 out of 10 attackers are non-native.

Topics: Criminal Justice, On Gender

The Women of Haiti Still in Rubble

The Women of Haiti Still in Rubble

by Michelle Chen on July 12 2010, 9:37AM

Today marks one half year since an earthquake flattened Port-au-Prince. The women of Haiti are still lost in the wreckage. The human rights of women in post-quake Haiti have been a barometer of injustice in the international response to the…

Topics: Haiti, On Gender

Sex Assault Charges Back in ICE Detention Centers

by on June 3 2010, 11:10AM

Immigration and Customs Enforcement quietly announced last week that it is investigating alleged sexual assault at a privately run immigrant detention center in Texas. The incident is the latest in a string of sexual assault charges and convictions at Texas…

Topics: Immigration

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