Nyabingha “Nya” Zianni McDowell is a performance artist and youth activist from Richmond, CA
Reporting is up, but convictions for perpetrators is not increasing at the same rate
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
Gross Irony: Man with 19 Accusers Declares April Sexual Assault Awareness Month
Women seize on their past abuse to fuel political ambition
The most disturbing part of Stormy Daniels’ interview with Anderson Cooper has to do with consent and power
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
Instead of demanding change & fighting for justice for child sexual abuse survivors, Michigan is delaying 10 Nassar inspired bills due to financial liability
Campaigners demand change in the law as figures show youngest victims as young as 10
22 US Senators want the Labor Department to do a study on the economic impact of sexual harassment on the labor force broadly
Americans should be outraged to know that we are subsidizing sexual predators in the tax code
21 Women Have Publicly Shared Their Personal Stories Of Trump’s Sexual Misconduct And Assault. Here Are Their Stories.
Women lawmakers are tackling sexual harassment in a variety of ways, including introducing bipartisan bills to combat sexual misconduct
On Tuesday, Rep. Jackie Speier and Rep. Barbara Comstock testified in from of committee about sexual harassment in Congress.
Meet The Press featured four U.S Women Senator’s #MeToo Stories of sexual harassment
The French law will impose on-the-spot fines for people harassing women in the streets or indulging in lecherous behavior in public.
Donald Trump’s campaign is being subpoenaed for all documents related to sexual assault claims by multiple women.
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.
College women speak out about how they feel in the midst of Devos’ ending Obama-era Title IX guidelines protecting survivors of campus sexual violence
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.
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).
10 Attorneys General respond to Betsy Devos’ announcement to do away with Obama-era Title IX guidelines on campus sexual assault investigations