To make accountability the norm after gender violence in the U.S, we need to change tactics, says victims’ rights attorney and TED Fellow Laura L. Dunn
Before the world knew Larry Nassar’s name and his crimes, these two women were building their case one voice at a time
Women seize on their past abuse to fuel political ambition
Instead of demanding change & fighting for justice for child sexual abuse survivors, Michigan is delaying 10 Nassar inspired bills due to financial liability
10 Attorneys General respond to Betsy Devos’ announcement to do away with Obama-era Title IX guidelines on campus sexual assault investigations
Despite protection clauses in the law, some sexual assault survivors are racking up bills post-assault
It is worth celebrating these 11 recent victories for sexual assault survivors
Montana just updated an archaic rape law from the 1970’s
H.B 1566 would make it illegal for a woman to have an abortion without informing the man who impregnated her – including her rapist
For the past 38 years, women in North Carolina have been unable to legally revoke consent after sexual intercourse begins.
Indiana State Rep Jim Lucas posted a victim-blaming post on Facebook suggesting rape survivors are responsible for being attacked.
Baltimore attorney Christos Vasiliades told a sexual assault survivor she would be deported “because of Trump” and offered $3K for her not to show up in court
Texas Senate Bills 968 and 969 were approved on Friday to combat sexual violence on college campuses.
Recent history demonstrates that even strong state protections may be insufficient in practice to help survivors of rape, sexual assault, or domestic violence.
Lawmakers Melissa Sargent and Cristina Garcia have submitted bills to criminalize the sexual assault act of “stealthing.”
District Attorney Leon Cannizzaro will put sexual assault survivors behind bars if they refuse to testify.
Utah Judge Low’s remarks while sentencing convicted sexual predator Keith Vallejo are causing a public outcry to remove him from the bench.
Education Secretary Betsy Devos and Michigan’s First Lady Sue Snyder will meet in Washington, D.C to discuss campus sexual assault.
The GA controversial Bill HB51 would require universities to report rapes to the police without survivor consent and roll back Title IX survivor’s rights.
Summer Zervos is suing Trump, arguing that he defamed her when he denied her allegations during the presidential campaign.
Trump’s press secretary, Sean Spicer, was asked about the rape of a 14-year-old girl at Rockville High School In Maryland Tuesday during a press conference.
The GA controversial bill HB51 would require universities to report rapes to the police without survivor consent and roll back Title IX survivor’s rights.
Oklahoma lawmaker George Faught defends pregnancy from rape and incest as ‘beauty from ashes.’
In Nebraska, convicted rapists can sue for custody or visitation rights of children conceived through rape. Sen. Sara Howard of Omaha is working to change it.
An Ohio bill that would eliminate spousal exceptions for rape is struggling to gain bipartisan support. Ohio’s rape law was
The Trump administration’s recent decision to rescind President Obama’s federal guidance protecting trans students has been applauded by many conservatives
A Texas representative Friday called for an investigation by the Texas Rangers into the sexual assault scandal at Baylor