A Finnish performing arts high school is embroiled in a sexual harassment scandal after administrators ignored the behaviour of male teachers for decades.
We have to let go of a comforting illusion — that there is some bright line between men who rape and men who don’t rape, between the bad guys and the good guys.
#MeToo may feel like a watershed moment, but we need to get organized if we truly want to effect change.
#MeToo has encouraged some men to post about their misogynist behaviour online, but they need to move beyond social media confessions.
And what about the men?
How can we claim to be shocked by a culture we all live in, participate in, and are complicit in?
Men don’t rape because they don’t think consent is “sexy” enough, they rape because they think they will get away with it.
Alicen Grey is the writer of GYNX, a new play that tells the story of five women who join together to fight rape culture in an unconventional way.
Suzzan Blac began painting as a kind of therapy, to express the intense emotions and process the trauma she couldn’t communicate in words. Rae Story speaks with her about her work, the sex trade, and the normalization of child exploitation.
What’s the matter with so-called “sex robots” anyway? Surely they are nothing more than a harmless toy and a comfort to lonely men, right? Wrong.
After multiple allegations of sexual assault and harassment, PWR BTTM band member, Ben Hopkins, is being held to account by fans as well as the music industry.
“I don’t see technology as neutral — I see technology as driven by cultural forces. And the cultural forces that are driving this technology is the commercial sex trade.”
A recent investigation by The Globe and Mail revealed how badly the Canadian justice system fails at prosecuting rape cases. Robin Doolittle reports that “one of every five sexual-assault allegations in…
On December 6, 1989, a lone gunman walked into a class of engineering students at École Polytechnique, separated the men from the women, and killed 14 women. The event would eventually come…
David Hamilton was known for his pedophilic photography that some called “art,” but was little more than sexualized imagery of teenage girls. What he produced and encouraged should never have been celebrated,…