• Former student at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology says administration re-victimized her after reporting sexual assault.
• On Kate Millet’s last interview with the New Yorker:
“[…] she wanted to talk about the general aims of the movement, and how much remained to be done. The point was ‘to get someplace,’ she said. ‘The point was for the impossible. The dream of getting along with mother, the dream of getting along with daughter.'”
• French police officer murders wife and two children in broad daylight with his service weapon.
• Wu Rongrong of China’s “Feminist Five” has been banned from leaving the country for 10 years by the Chinese government. Rongrong had planned to move to Hong Kong to study law.
• Patrick “Tara” Pearsal, a sexual predator who took on his ex-wife’s name and claimed to be a woman has been ordered to undergo a psychiatric assessment — the first step in the prosecution’s bid to have him declared a dangerous offender and locked up indefinitely.