Five #MeToo Moments That Expanded the Movement in 2018

#FeministsRiseUp. #TakeBackTheWorkplace. #MeTooMcDonalds. Time’s Up, across sectors and for abusers everywhere—and these hashtags proved it in 2018.

We Can’t End Sexual Assault Without Consent Education

Researchers from Columbia University found that early sex education covering consent decreased rates of sexual assault, whereas abstinence-only instruction did not.

Closer to True Cost: How Sexual Harassment Impacts Workers and Businesses

Sexual harassment in the workplace can have serious financial and personal costs not only for workers, but for the businesses and brands that employ them.

How Do You Put Rape into Words?

Ten hours of the unknown. But I am strong. I went to the police and they told me to leave my house. But I am strong. I started making noise and they started watching me. But I am strong.

Stories from the Witch Hunt

Handmaids. Witches. Comedians and musicians. These were not your standard #MeToo stories. This was The Witch Hunt, a variety show inspired by the #MeToo movement.

Celebrating Sisterhood and Solidarity in the Fight to End Sexual Harassment

One year ago, TIME magazine honored the women rising up against sexual harassment, naming the “Silence Breakers” its 2017 Person of the Year. As the new POY issue emerges, one of the leaders in the fight for safer workplaces is issuing an update—and a call to arms.

Clearing Things Up: Seven Facts About Human Trafficking in the U.S.

In order to end human trafficking, we have to confront the myths and misconceptions that surround it. Let’s start here, with these seven facts about human trafficking—and what you can do about it.

The Sexual Misconduct Allegations Facing Neil DeGrasse Tyson Aren’t News for Women in Science

The sexual misconduct allegations against Neil DeGrasse Tyson are only the most recent high-profile cases to rock astrophysics.

#HearMeToo: Where Child Marriage and Violence at Work Intersect

It will take more than 16 days—but if governments, U.N. agencies and civil society activists work together toward ending child, early and forced marriage, a world where every girl can control her own future is possible. 

How Gender Shaped the Rohingya Genocide

Gender was integral to how the military committed its crimes against the Rohingya in Burma—and gender must be central to any and all efforts aimed at justice and accountability. 

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