Reporting is up, but convictions for perpetrators is not increasing at the same rate
During Lesley Stahl’s interview with the education secretary, Devos said she didn’t know if the number of sexual assaults and false accusations are equal
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
Kyle Stephens was abused by Larry Nassar, starting at the age of six
Mass Shootings, including the recent one in Parkland, are almost always perpetrated by angry, entitled white men
Natalie, a Rhode Island eighth-grader, credits being in Girl Scouts with helping her speak up about sexual harassment at her school
22 US Senators want the Labor Department to do a study on the economic impact of sexual harassment on the labor force broadly
Aug. 29, 2016, Rachael Denhollander filed the first police complaint against Larry Nassar for sexually abusing her at 15-year-old
For parents, talking to their sons about consent has taken on a new urgency. How it can be done better?
Unpublished Justice Department data on sex crimes show that people with intellectual disabilities are the victims of sexual assaults 7x’s more
In a new survey, The New York Times asks men about their behavior at work toward women over the past year. The results are eye-opening.
Nicole Bedera and Kristjane Nordmeyer give guidance on how to deal with some of the challenges of getting help to LGBTQ sexual assault survivors
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
Jamil Smith explains why it is so important to teach men about consent and rape
With the It’s On Us campaign, former Vice President Joe Biden continues his crusade.
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?
Women are more at risk from disasters like Hurricane Harvey
Science is finally starting to take the pain of male victims of sexual assault seriously
Evidence from a new study shows there is a large uptick in sexual assaults on college football game days
A new study conducted in Sweden finds that the vast majority of rape victims freeze when they are assaulted
Harvard Business Review uncovers why workplace sexual harassment persists despite 98% of organizations in the U.S. having policies against it.
New data suggests students are not reporting campus sexual assault
Stealthing is sexual assault. One women’s detailed account of what happened to her.
New report from the Harvard Graduate School of Education surveyed 3000 people about the misogyny young women face in their daily lives.