The EU’s proposed regulations don’t align with existing technology. They’re likely to fail – or to break the internet as we know it.
Accused men were protected by the SBC while the women who dared to speak up were called sluts, adulteresses, Jezebels and even agents of Satan. A scholar of evangelicalism writes about this culture.
The term ‘grooming’ is often misused or misunderstood, but its scope reaches far beyond child abuse.
The show has been marketed as a feminist reclaiming, but at an emotional and traumatic cost to Pamela Anderson.
A German report accused retired Pope Benedict XVI of mishandling several cases of sexual abuse in the 1970s and 1980s. Here are a few of our related articles on the Catholic Church’s crisis.
It feels like history was made in 2021. But it is hard to argue there has been concrete change at Parliament House … yet.
The #MeToo movement has allowed survivors of sexual abuse to be heard in the public space. Children, however, remain voiceless.
When directors are hand-picked by CEOs, it’s a recipe for disaster.
WHO’s safeguarding failure in the DRC has re-focused attention on the sexual misconduct that surfaces with disgraceful regularity in humanitarian, development, and peacekeeping operations worldwide.
Sexual exploitation and abuse requires an active rather than passive response.
The former R&B star faces the possibility of life in prison after being found guilty of racketeering and sex trafficking. The trial exposed the role of enablers within his inner circle, too.
Data from the UK Musician’s Union shows that half of their members have experienced sexual harassment at work.
Tokyo will feature the most female athletes ever at an Olympics. But the Games do not have a good track record when it comes to gender equality.
Research on how the Catholic Church has responded to sexual abuse shows it’s not only time for the church to walk the talk, but to change the talk away from a defensive legalistic approach.
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
Thousands of teenagers have spoken up about sexual violence and harassment in secondary education on the Everyone’s Invited site.
A review of some cases offers a window into why very few civil sexual harassment claims make it to trial.
Discussions have rightly focused on the failings of authorities and clubs. But the role of the law should also be examined.
It’s important for those who engage in BDSM to be aware of the distinction between harmless kink and violence. But it’s also important for BDSM not to be considered a de facto abusive practice.
Women who experience mental anguish after violence are not ‘irrational’.