William Hurt and Katheen Turner in an intimate scene from the film Body Heat, 1981.
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It's not the sole answer to fixing structural inequalities, but as a profession committed to addressing harassment and abuse on set, it's clearly needed
Girls face lasting negative effects of sexual harassment.
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A viral TikTok video is helping girls bear witness to the harassment they experience at school.
Members of the Canadian Armed Forces march during the Calgary Stampede parade in Calgary in July 2016.
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Simply including more women at organizations without addressing underlying power structures and practices does little good. Representation isn't synonymous with change.
We often hear of sexual harassment and bullying of a sexual nature being perpetrated by men/boys against women/girls. But it happens within groups too
It's been another hectic week in politics, with the recommendations for the AstraZeneca vaccine changing, and the government's keenly-awaited response to the Respect@Work report.
The government's response to Kate Jenkins' landmark report on sexual harassment in the workplace includes several positive measures. On the whole, however, it doesn't go far enough.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo faces an investigation over an alleged pattern of sexually harassing and intimidating women employees.
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Men accused of sexual harassment, including New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, often refer to their accomplishments in their responses. Their power is their defense, and it blinds them to their victims' suffering.
Thousands of teenagers have spoken up about sexual violence and harassment in secondary education on the Everyone's Invited site.
Unwanted touching in the office is an all-too-common experience for women.
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A review of some cases offers a window into why very few civil sexual harassment claims make it to trial.
Universities are a step ahead in having adopted a number of practical changes, but it's clear transformative cultural change in our institutions requires all the expertise they can muster.
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Scott Morrison and Michael McCormack have both called for empathy training for MPs. But it has all the hallmarks of a human resources fad.
When some men feel challenged or inadequate, they feel the need to express themselves sexually - and often the target of that aggression is a woman.
Victim-survivors want to have their experiences heard and the wrong against them acknowledged — sadly, the opposite often occurs.
New research finds that women standing for election to local councils experience much more gendered abuse and bullying than men -- and it is likely this puts them off wanting to run at all.
The Morrison government is counting on the news cycle moving on and protesters giving up.
Missing poster for Sarah Everard in London, who was last spotted walking from Clapham Junction towards Brixton.
Metropolitan Police commissioner Cressida Dick has reminded the public of low abduction statistics, but instances of sexual misconduct in public are still alarmingly high
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Ending Canberra’s toxic culture is the rallying point, but women are also taking to the streets because these failures are connected to a systemic culture of sexism in law, politics and policy-making.
In interviews, female teachers at three all-boy schools in three capital cities have disclosed instances of sexism from students, male colleagues and parents.
The male privilege in Australia’s parliament has given its members such a sense of exceptionalism, they think the standards of the corporate office should not apply to their workplace.
New research sheds light on why sexual misconduct and bullying is so common in political offices and why political staffers have few options to hold those in power to account.