One man’s dangerous advice about rape to parents is something everyone can learn from
The NCAA now requires coaches, college athletes, and athletic administrators to complete education each year in sexual violence prevention
Your Enthusiastic Consent How-To Guide
It is worth celebrating these 11 recent victories for sexual assault survivors
Alexis Jones spends a lot of time in college locker rooms across the country discussing masculinity and sexual assault
U.S Senator Claire McCaskill addressed concerns and her commitment to Title IX at a recent town hall
“You’re pretty, but you’d be prettier if you smiled” and 8 other common ways women are harassed on the street
Erin Brown details how she includes a discussion about affirmative consent with her 8 year old daughter during the “sex talk.”
Revenge Porn is becoming an epidemic: 1 in 25 Americans have either had someone post an image without permission or threaten to do so.
Music Festivals are finally now focused on fighting sexual harassment and assault during concerts thanks to activists.
Senators Joni Ernst and Kirsten Gillibrand introduced new legislation to combat sexual harassment and revenge porn in the military.
How parents should talk to their children about consent.
Lawmakers Melissa Sargent and Cristina Garcia have submitted bills to criminalize the sexual assault act of “stealthing.”
This comic from Everyday Feminism shows how lessons we learn as a child perpetuate Rape Culture
How one brave mother learns how to talk to her teenage son about consent.
Indiana University announced a new sexual violence policy, which is a positive step in the right direction, but comes up short.
Interview with Joe Biden on Rape Culture, Sexual Assault, and Prevention Efforts.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and we must do more than “be aware.” It’s the moment after awareness than needs our attention.
18 Reasons why we need a Sexual Assault Awareness (and Activism) month.
Amid uncertainty about how the Trump administration will address rape and domestic violence, a group in the House says they’ll be paying close attention.
Education Secretary Betsy Devos and Michigan’s First Lady Sue Snyder will meet in Washington, D.C to discuss campus sexual assault.
Campaigners against sexual violence placed a seat moulded in the shape of a male body on public transport to show men the difficulties women face every day.
A new study shows that making college campuses more welcoming to LGBT students could reduce sexual assaults.