And now, with the Supreme Court hearing Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health, that could mean the end of abortion access for most of the country.
There is a deliberate connection between the laws that render abortion inaccessible and violence against women.
The Washington Post's Felicia Sonmez was sidelined from reporting stories on sexual assault because she disclosed she was a survivor. But doesn't journalism benefit from those who understand the real-life stakes of the issues they cover?
As military force at the U.S./Mexico border increases, so does the danger to migrants seeking asylum for rape, abuse, or even death.
The survivor justice movement has historically relied on policing, which has always made it worse for victims. Abolishing the police state may give them a chance at justice.
With stay-at-home orders forcing victims to shelter with their abusers, and more ballots likely to be mailed, victims of domestic abuse face a new kind of threat.
Society routinely attacks women in power, often demonizing their sexuality and weaponizing crimes like "revenge porn."
There’s no question that limiting access to abortion threaten’s women’s lives. But denying these services also has a significant impact on the American economy.
On Tuesday, the Court heard opening arguments about whether LGB and trans people are worthy of anti-discrimination protections. The outcome will impact us all.
A new bill in Washington, D.C. aims to set a precedent for criminalizing catcalls, groping, indecent exposure, and other lewd public behavior that many women have suffered their entire lives.