Two-thirds of young adults have been subject to some type of online harassment. In a landmark opinion, a federal appeals court ruled that schools must protect students against online threats.
Reps. Katherine Clark and Barbara Lee and Senator Bob Menendez announced the introduction of the Reproductive Rights Are Human Rights Act last week on the steps of the U.S. Capitol to mandate that the Trump administration include reproductive rights in its annual human rights reports.
New York’s law removing pre-Roe abortion restrictions that were still on the books is a critical measure to preserve women’s lives and health so never again will another woman die from abortion restrictions.
“None of us are talking about the 74 percent of women who say that having a baby right now will be very disruptive to their family, their work, their education. The 73 percent who say they can’t afford a baby right now. The 48 percent who say they don’t want to be a single parent or to have a baby with this partner. The cases we discuss the most are the ones that happen the least.”
“My co-workers and I stood up and exposed the terrible conditions at the XPO-Verizon facility in Memphis, including sexual harassment, dangerous heat, pregnancy discrimination and worker abuses. In return, XPO and Verizon are shutting down our facility and cutting our jobs.”
Donald Trump has nominated Neomi Rao to fill now-Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s vacated seat on the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals. If confirmed, she would sit on the most powerful and high-profile bench in the country beyond the Supreme Court—and shape the future of law with a distinctly anti-feminist perspective.
In advance of of the 2020 elections—and the 100th year of women’s right to vote—I spoke to Katherine Spillar, executive editor of Ms., about the role feminists played in the last election, and how we can continue expanding on our victories.
A new misconduct policy at University of Michigan requires survivors of sexual violence to be cross-examined by their alleged attackers—or face the dismissal of their complaint.
We’ve heard a lot in the last year about sexual harassment at work and in schools—but what about sexual harassment at home?
2018 was a powerful year for survivors, advocates and their allies working to end sexual harassment—and these sheroes led the way.