There’s nothing surprising about the fake explicit images going viral. It happens to women celebrities frequently – but anyone can be targeted.
Dassi Erlich details the crime, the cover-up and her eventual victory in court against Malka Leifer, the former school principal who abused her.
With therapy and social support, children and adults who experienced child sexual abuse can regain a sense of control over their lives.
It’s time we stop treating young people’s experiences in digital and physical spaces as distinct and mutually exclusive.
The complainants say CSIS’s internal complaint procedure is deficient, leaving people who complain open to reprisals without access to outside assistance.
The security situation in Haiti must change – but another UN intervention may not be the way this happens.
A royal commission into sexual abuse in Aboriginal communities is not the way to address abuse against Aboriginal children. Indigenous-led solutions are needed.
To develop meaningful solutions, sexual harassment needs to be seen as an organizational issue and not just an interpersonal one.
In minority faith groups that already face hate, women who have experienced harassment sometimes fear bringing negative attention to their community.
Divisions and tensions in the global church are affecting the church in Africa.
Social media groups have emerged designed to protect women from bad dating experiences. Those who use them could be liable to being sued for defamation.
A staggered age of consent has been suggested, which would make it illegal for adults to have sex with under-18s.
Myths about rape and assault persist even in the post-MeToo era.
Martin Flanagan’s school memoir describes bullying, male violence and abusive priests. But rather than a story of victimhood, it explores the grace and release of sport, finding hope amid darkness.
New approaches are needed to address the scope of abuse young people can experience when online.
The sharing of intimate images has been on the rise among young people. But research shows navigating consent in these situations can come with a lot of grey areas.
The RCMP’s ongoing issues with systemic misconduct and harassment and its inability to police itself require immediate, bold and systemic measures.
Athletics New Zealand joins a long list of sports bodies dealing with abuse of female athletes. But systemic reform is taking far too long.
Women have often been maligned and mistreated within the Southern Baptist denomination, writes a scholar who has researched the SBC for 25 years.
Digitally altered images and other online propaganda are being used to silence marginalized voices and stifle protest movements.