Words matter. Survivors were asked to share 1 “harmless” comment they heard that was actually incredibly harmful in their recovery. Read their responses here
It’s not accurate to say alcohol causes sexual assault. Preventing rape will take more than simply convincing young men not to drink, and science proves that
The attacks on the credibility of sexual assault survivors have been based on misunderstandings of how the brain records and processes traumatic memories
The most disturbing part of Stormy Daniels’ interview with Anderson Cooper has to do with consent and power
Calling someone a tease is our patriarchal society’s way of shaming women for not wanting to have sex, the same way we shame them for having it
Some wonder why campuses don’t just turn over sexual assault cases to the criminal justice system. A new case shows why their involvement matters
Natalie, a Rhode Island eighth-grader, credits being in Girl Scouts with helping her speak up about sexual harassment at her school
Survivor’s stories, like their body, belong to them—but people expect survivors to share every detail of their sexual violence experiences.
In a world where “boys will be boys” and victims of sexual assault are perpetually blamed, it’s important to start conversations about consent early.
Angelina Jolie Outlined 3 Myths That Fuel Sexual Violence In Her Speech At The UN Peacekeeping Defense Ministerial Summit
This moment is no witch hunt. Instead, perhaps for the first time, the news cycle is simply reflecting the lived reality of sexual assault and harassment.
Survivors cannot always escape being around their attacker
If you don’t really understand perpetrators, you’re never going to understand sexual violence
Like survivors of sexual assault, someone going through or dealing with the aftermath of sexual harassment may also exhibit symptoms of PTSD
14 simple yet impactful action items for men to can change the culture and become allies for women
In the wake of the Harvey Weinstein accusations, the actress explains why she — and other women — don’t immediately report their traumatizing experiences.
The solution to ending sexual assault and harassment by men like Harvey Weinstein is NOT men limiting their interactions with women
Jamil Smith explains why it is so important to teach men about consent and rape
Art Exhibit Powerfully Answers The Question ‘What Were You Wearing?’
Betsy Devos either doesn’t full understand Title IX or she’s intentionally spreading misinformation about it
Despite overwhelming statistical evidence to the contrary, society still treats rape allegations with skepticism. Why?
Who should have the right to define rape: survivors who have experienced sexual violence or those who are accused of perpetrating it?
Instead of using her position to enforce or strengthen the guidelines that protect so many students, Devos has said she wants to “revoke or rescind” them.
Amber Tamblyn speaks out after James Woods calls her a liar about an encounter when she was 16 years old.
Either Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos hasn’t read the Title IX guidance, or she’s deliberately misrepresenting it
Dunn shuts down men’s rights groups and other rape denialists who claim that the pendulum has swung too far in protecting the rights of victims (often women).
This University failed before school even started with their ninety minute PowerPoint presentation titled “Alcohol and Chill.”