There’s a conversation to be had about race and the way we look at rape.
Trump is a known sexist and is successful in spite of that, if not because of it.
“My message to Brock Turner is that the damage you inflicted is irreversible.”
Rape victims are pressured to report their experiences to be believed, only to face victim-blaming, stigma, and, in Abu Dhabi, harsh legal consequences.
On top of his standing as an athlete at a prestigious university, Turner had another factor working in his favor — his whiteness.
Messages like this teach boys and men that it’s okay to rape, as long as you get away with it.
Three women just prevented an attempted date rape, and it happens more than you think.
It’s not easy to find single human beings you can point to and say, “You are nearly everything that’s wrong with the world,” but goddamn is Cosby isn’t running a…
It’s easy to see how quick the industry is to defend the act, especially when the perpetrator is white and male (which most top Hollywood people are).
Males writers are overusing rape as a trope for female characters, and Jodie Foster isn’t having it.
During a stirring performance on Saturday at the gala for the Humane Society in Los Angeles, Kesha sang Lady Gaga’s “Til It Happens To You.” …
“I will not take back the TRUTH,” Kesha wrote. “I would rather let the truth ruin my career than lie for a monster ever again.”