Swedish Music Festival Cancelled After Sexual Assaults Will Be Replaced by Women-Only Festival

The 50,000-capacity Bravalla Festival grounds will be the largest venue to refuse men entry.

A Judge Facing the Ballot Box

There’s a revolution underway in Santa Clara County in Silicon Valley.

No Means No—And It’s Time for State Laws to Reflect It

In North Carolina, a law in place since 1979 defines rape as consensual sex. Unfortunately, only nine states say otherwise.

Women on the Run

Central American women fleeing domestic violence are hardly a national security threat, yet these terrified women have borne the brunt of some of the harshest border policies enacted—all in the name of “keeping America safe.”

Bill Cosby Wants to Teach Men How to Get Away With Sexual Assault

Just days after the Bill Cosby sexual assault trial was declared a mistrial, the comedian launched a plan to paint himself as a victim of his sexual assault allegations.

The Future of U.S. Leadership in Ending Gender-Based Violence in Emergencies

It is vital that the U.S. continue to act to prevent violence against women and girls already suffering from conflict and violence.

Grad Students are Unionizing to Fight Campus Sexual Assault

A certified union at Columbia University would mean higher compensation, better benefits and improved labor protections for graduate research and teaching assistants. It would also be a powerful force to fight campus sexual assault.

Former Pennsylvania Lawmaker Admits He Sexually Assaulted His 103-Year-Old Mother-In-Law

Yup. You read that right.

After the Bill Cosby Verdict, the Fight Against Rape Culture Goes On

Cosby’s case brought the subject of violence against women out into the open.

We Need to Address America’s Gun Violence Problem

There have been 154 mass shootings in the U.S. this year alone. But when it comes to the gun violence epidemic in the U.S., mass shootings are only the tip of the iceberg—especially for women.

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