Myths about rape and assault persist even in the post-MeToo era.
Nearly two-thirds of female surgeons in the UK have been sexually harassed.
The nonconsensual kiss of team captain Jenni Hermoso has sparked a massive and instant rejection of machismo.
Examining the understandings of what ‘toxic femininity’ means to people can reveal insights about gender, power and the impact of language on health.
Anna Funder’s new book, Wifedom, is a meditation on the insidious nature of patriarchy. Funder draws parallels between our #metoo era and the time of George Orwell and his wife Eileen.
In the wake of the #MeToo movement, there has been a lot of focus on consent. However, that focus takes the spotlight away from other strategies that can better inform ethical sex.
So many of our artistic geniuses have complicated legacies. What do we do with work we love by artists whose behaviour is more difficult to admire?
The outrage misdirected at Lolita – and its author – does nothing to negate the realities it reflects. Reading Nabokov’s novel now raises questions about censorship, book banning and human nature.
This is a green light for creating the largest-ever compensation fund for sex abuse claims.
‘Tár’ shines a spotlight on the challenges of working in the ultraconservative world of classical music, including complex social issues such as misogyny, racism and homophobia.
Women resort to confidentially alerting co-workers, colleagues or classmates about harassment when they don’t trust the official channels for lodging complaints.
Sexual violence by police is more common than many might think. Failing to fully investigate can have a chilling effect on what is already the most underreported violent crime in Canada.
Based on the 2019 book, She Said follows journalists Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey as they report on Harvey Weinstein.
Jacob Hoggard was convicted of sexual assault. As the frontman of the band Hedley, his celebrity status did not prevent him from accusations of wrongdoing.
When harassment is directed at women politicians, staffers, activists and journalists because they are women, it poses a threat to democracy.
In October 1942, Errol Flynn was one of the world’s biggest movie stars. When two teenage girls accused him of rape, his trial became a public spectacle and an insight into sexual double standards.
From partying in California to activism in Australia, Grace Tame refuses to be defined by past traumatic events. The voice of her memoir, writes Camilla Nelson, is irrepressible.
Peggy Frew’s masterful control of Wildflowers, her fourth novel – about three sisters, once close, now estranged – promises not to engulf readers in the sorrow it must expose. Debra Adelaide reviews.
Digital activists are targeted for their work on intersectional issues. But they have developed strategies to deal with online and offline hate.
A sexologist and expert on organisational psychology explains how to navigate a workplace romance.