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Oxford University Is Making Consent Classes Mandatory

Oxford University just took an important step toward fighting rape culture on campus: The school is making it mandatory for freshmen to take a workshop on consent. Read More »

Will California End Its Statute of Limitations On Sexual Assault?

Following the verdict of the Stanford rape case, in which swimmer Brock Turner — convicted of raping a fellow classmate while she was unconscious — was given a short six-month prison sentence, California lawmakers are finally t Read More »

Twitter Is Apparently OK with Rape Threats Toward Women

Twitter trolling, the catcalling of the Internet, is an issue that many women have had to deal with — so much so that last year Rep. Katherine Clark demanded the Department of Justice intervene to protect against cyber abuse. Read More »

Tags: Twitter, rape

Obama and Biden Will Not Visit Campuses That Fail to Tackle Sexual Assault

According to recent reports, President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden are no longer visiting Read More »

Channing Tatum Is As Upset About the Stanford Rape Case As You Are

We've been finding out a lot about Channing Tatum recently (notably about his sex life with wife Read More »

Chinese Feminists Stand in Solidarity With the Stanford Rape Victim

Chinese feminists have taken to social media to stand in solidarity with a woman who was sexually assaulted by a former Stanford University swimmer. Read More »

Amal Clooney to Represent Nadia Murad and Survivors of Yazidi Genocide

Amal Clooney will be representing ISIS survivors of the Yazidi genocide including Nobel Peace Prize nominee Nadia Murad, who bravely spoke out against her sexual enslavement. Read More »

Underwear Strewn Across Brazil's Copacabana Beach to Protest Rape

Hundreds of red and white pairs of underwear were strewn across Brazil's most famous beach on Monday in a nationwide protest against rape. Read More »