Last week, New York Magazine published an image of Mac McClelland, a female journalist now calling herself “Gabriel,” who wrote about having developed PTSD after witnessing extreme sexual violence in the aftermath…
Tag: sexual assault
Sorry, J.K., but if a self-described trans (alleged) rapist is indeed a trans person, there’s no harm or foul here—the policy just ensures proper recordkeeping. And if the suspect *falsely* claims to…
A case addressing numerous rapes of a minor by French firefighters may lead, at long last, to age of consent laws implemented in France.
Cassandra’s curse drove her mad, and women today continue to be subjected to the same torture. Yet we must continue to tell the truth.
On Monday, January 13th, Jessica Yaniv appeared in the Surrey provincial courthouse on multiple charges of prohibited weapons possession. These charges stem from an August livestream appearance on Blaire White’s YouTube channel…
It isn’t only straight men who engage in sexual harassment and assault — it’s time for gay men to be accountable as well.
In their support for gender identity ideology, liberals reinforce the myth that establishing boundaries, as women, rests on whether we are dealing with “good” or “bad” men — except in this case, we cannot even call them men.
Lucia Perez Montero was drugged and gang raped by three men, before suffering a heart attack due to “excessive pain,” yet three male judges determined all was “consensual.”
Men’s violence against women is too often just a joke to them.
Although rape and domestic violence are criminalized, a quick scan of our culture makes it clear that violence against women is something that we consume, celebrate, and, ultimately, excuse.
There is an unresolvable contradiction when a rape crisis centre supports “sex work.”
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.
While words like “equality,” “diversity,” “inclusion,” and “intersectionality” might sound nice, they don’t address the root problem of patriarchy and they erase feminism’s real aims. On International Women’s Day, let’s remember what feminism is really about.