White males with high economic status are almost always presumed innocent, often at the expense of minorities and white women.
Women who report assault deserve to hear that we believe them, and that we can back them up — because we’ve heard the other side.
I know what it’s like to seek justice against all odds. The fact that women keep doing it speaks volumes.
The U.S. isn’t the only country where women are lining up to burn down the (frat) house.
While the former president gets yet another chance to explain his inappropriate behavior, victims like Lulabel Seitz get shut out of the media spotlight.
In honor of International Women’s Day, we’re highlighting eight fearless women leading some of today’s biggest and most impactful social movements.
The solution isn’t for Oprah to run for president. It’s to listen to women everywhere.
Imagine if the burden to combat sexual assault didn’t have to fall on any of these brave women — from celebrities to interns — pleading with the public to listen to stories they never wanted to have to recall.