The Cypriot justice system and Pambos Napa Rocks hotel have failed to protect women from sexual violence and hold perpetrators to account.
As exemplified by Ito Shiori’s rape case, Japan exists as a “black box” nation, protecting men from accountability.
Without drastic change to policy and legislation, girls in the UK will continue to suffer exploitation and sexual abuse through “forced marriage.”
Either men’s sadism is innate, or it’s learned, and if it’s learned, we can do something about it.
Men’s violence against women is too often just a joke to them.
Why must conversations about male accountability devolve into complaints about male victims?
Women in the aviation have been subjected to misogyny for decades — what needs to change to ensure more women can enter the industry?
After a young woman was raped by Ulster Rugby players, fans rallied in defense of the men. Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding were found not guilty, but women are fighting back in solidarity with the victim.
Women cannot possibly be viewed human so long our humanity is determined by men’s circumstantial “civilization.”
Meghan Murphy speaks with Meagan Tyler about the way sex therapy, sex advice, and self-help books for women normalize male-centered sex and porn culture.
White men’s racist and sexist construction of a supposed “sacred womanhood” protects perpetrators and hides the truth about victims.
We claim to be ready for women’s anger, as a society, but we clearly still expect women to express it in ways we are comfortable with.
Five feminists weigh in on questions and controversies surrounding the Aziz Ansari accusations.
Peter Jackson was applauded for admitting he played a role in blackballing female actors, but if men wish to be allies, they need to stop compartmentalizing and participating in sexism.
Rape is so over.