Paris Hilton’s comments in a recent Marie Claire interview about women & sexual assault are not OK
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
Many campus sexual assault survivors fear Trump rolling back protections will hurt their chances of being heard
Campus Sexual Assault Survivor details why Secretary of Education Betsy Devos scares her
In the Air Force Academy, survivors who seek counseling are being falsely diagnosed as “nuts” to minimize the school’s sexual assault problem.
Georgetown University grad and sexual assault survivor gives a first hand account of why colleges should not be required to turn rape reports over to police
The Secretary of Education, Betsy Devos, needs an education when it comes to the importance of Title IX
U.S Senator Claire McCaskill addressed concerns and her commitment to Title IX at a recent town hall
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.
A lawsuit brought by National Women’s Law Center alleges the Department of Education has refused to release records relating to Title IX investigations.
Indiana State Rep Jim Lucas posted a victim-blaming post on Facebook suggesting rape survivors are responsible for being attacked.
James Comey’s testimony about Donald Trump sounded very similar to what women experience at the hands of a sexual predator.
A court feared a sex assault victim wouldn’t testify. So she was jailed with her attacker.
Senators Joni Ernst and Kirsten Gillibrand introduced new legislation to combat sexual harassment and revenge porn in the military.
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.
Why schools should handle sexual assault reports and not just the police.
Lawmakers Melissa Sargent and Cristina Garcia have submitted bills to criminalize the sexual assault act of “stealthing.”
Sexism and sexual harassment is rampant in Yale graduate programs. Their own internal studies even prove this.