The media often minimizes women's rage as a fad, from the #MeToo movement to assault claims against the U.S. president, even by high-profile figures like columnist E. Jean Carroll. Are we on the cusp of revolt, or historical erasure?
What do you do when your apartment-building security is making you feel even more unsafe?
More than a half-century after the murder of Emmett Till and we still live in a world where Black boys can be criminalized, even killed, by the words of white women like "Cornerstore Caroline."
In a culture that prizes love and sex and desirability above all, in which marriage is held up as the only option for stability, it's no surprise we are seeing isolation, loneliness, and rage.
America has always condemned other nations for religion-based oppression of their citizenry. But are our evangelical lawmakers really so different from other political fundamentalists?
Activists like undocumented worker Sandra Henriquez have put their lives on the line to protest injustice. Under a Trump administration, progressives might want to follow their lead.
For 20 years, the psychological-suspense novelist Emily Winslow’s sexual assault went unsolved. And then technology tracked down her alleged assailant.
For this feminist 'GoT' fan grappling with her past sexual assault, seeing these female characters violated has been cathartic. But that’s not the only reason the show should keep exploring rape.
Growing up in the ’60s, this writer didn’t know there was a term for the harrowing sexual encounter she had with a guy she liked. Nor did she know it wasn’t her fault.
Lawmakers are pushing to allow guns on college campuses to prevent sexual assault. But is that really a solution?