What’s Current: Canadian police forces launch reviews into their handling of sexual assault complaints

The Ontario Provincial Police, Sudbury Police, Saskatoon Police Service, York Regional Police, and the RCMP announce they will review sexual assault complaints that have been dismissed as unfounded in light of Globe and Mail exposé.

Community of families in Maria Auxiliadora, Bolivia live free of domestic violence under the leadership of women.

Waiting tables in B.C. includes slapping, groping, and constant harassment:

“He said, ‘Well you knew what you were asking for when you decided to work here. You knew what you were going to have to wear and the attention you were going to get. You signed up for that. That’s your problem.’”

More reasons why 50 Shades Darker should die at the box office.

Kara Dansky, litigation spokesperson Women’s Liberation Front (WoLF), appears on Fox News to discuss gender identity legislation and WoLF’s Supreme Court Amicus Brief in upcoming major SCOTUS gender identity decision:

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