- Dr. George Tyndall, the University of Southern California’s student health clinic’s gynecologist, has been accused of misconduct repeatedly, for years, but the University allowed him to keep practicing. The Los Angeles Times reports :
“The complaints began in the 1990s, when co-workers alleged he was improperly photographing students’ genitals. In the years that followed, patients and nursing staff accused him again and again of ‘creepy’ behavior, including touching women inappropriately during pelvic exams and making sexually suggestive remarks about their bodies.”
- Michigan State University has announced a $500-million settlement with more than 300 women and girls who were assaulted by sports doctor Larry Nassar.
- Deputy Governor of the Bank of England refers to the UK’s withering economy as “menopausal.”
- Maria Teresa Giglio, the mother of a woman who committed suicide after her sex tape went viral, now spends her days trying to scrub it from the internet.
- An Arkansas midwife is facing disciplinary action for respecting her client’s wishes not to have a vaginal exam during pregnancy.
- Crown prosecutors claim Leonard Warwick, who murdered four people by bombing in the 1980s, was motivated by a “feud with his ex wife.”