These terms are often used interchangeably by the public, and though the concepts are overlapping, there are important distinctions.
Employers like Michigan State play a critical role in protecting people – or not – from abuse by people on their payroll.
Public apologies are a type of performance before a larger audience, and they are to be understood in terms that are different from a private apology.
Laws like Title IX are supposed to shield athletes from abuse. But lax enforcement allows sports organizations to protect perpetrators over athletes.
In the wake of the MeToo and Time's Up movements, a new model of sexual consent is required – one that needs a clear and unequivocal yes from all parties.
While sexual harassment is still all too common, at least we’re having more open conversations about it, and victims are speaking up on their own terms.
Are all sexual advances harassment and all men evil?
An affair between a philosophy professor and his teenage student became the subject of ballads in the streets of Paris in the 12th century. A scholar asks: Why wasn't it called sexual harassment?
In sexual harassment cases, schools and workplaces often harm those that they claim to protect. These tips can help them avoid those painful mistakes.
Sexual harassment and assault are common experiences in general: there is no reason to assume this is any different at music festivals.
Stereotypes can undermine the fairness of criminal trials, but research can help us understand and counter the effect of stereotypes through law reform.
A brutal backlash against a Harvey Weinstein accuser has helped galvanise the feminist movement.
Research shows men and women interpret violence and bullying differently.
Teaching your kids core principles about sexuality and consent early can help them navigate the gray areas of adulthood.
The important lessons from one of the most notorious cases of sexual manipulation took place not off-screen but right in front of the camera.
Attention is being placed on sexual harassment and assault in the workplace, but sexual assault occurs in intimate relationships, too. Often, the causes are the same – a desire for power.
Victims everywhere have lost their patience and their fear and are finding willing listeners. A question worth asking is: Why now?
A survey revealed that 15% of Londoners had experienced some form of unwanted sexual attention on public transport.
Although they're at greater risk of violent crime, sexual harassment and suicide, smart-phone savvy young people can access extra support.
This story typically has two acts. First come the women's reports of harassment – followed by the inevitable dismissal and undermining of them. Could this time be different?