This Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Ms. spoke with Abrams, who has served on the board of directors for victim services nonprofits Safe Horizon and the National Domestic Violence Hotline, to investigate the implications that COVID-19 could have for survivors.
Molly-Margaret Johnson got home from work one night with a strange feeling down there. She reached into her underwear—and, five seconds and a few fingers later, pulled out a condom. Mortified, she threw away the offending item and texted the guy. Then she posted about the whole ordeal on Instagram.
“I figured I would put up five or 10 pages as a supplement and that would be fine. Of course, what I wasn’t aware of is that even by that point in the mid-90s a lot of people were not getting sex ed in school or anywhere else.”
An impeachment inquiry didn’t slow Donald Trump this week from mocking Greta Thunberg, attempting to erase abortion on the global stage and spewing hate at the United Nations.
The War on Women is in full force under the Trump administration. We refuse to go back, and we refuse to let the administration quietly dismantle the progress we’ve made. We are watching. This is the War on Women Report. Since Our Last Report… + In an Associated Press article, reporter Lisa Mascaro observes that […]
The War on Women is in full force under the Trump administration. This week, Trump backtracks on background checks; Epstein survivors are denied the chance to take him down in court; Planned Parenthood is forced out of federal funding; and Trump asks to exclude trans people from workplace discrimination protections.
Title X funding is unraveling. Migrant women are losing access to critical programs. And government contractors may soon be able to legally discriminate against queer, unmarried and pregnant people.
This week in Trump’s war on women: Mass shootings echoing the president’s rhetoric and ICE raids leaving children without parents.
Attacks on trans students, a dangerous UN nominee and more reports from the Trump administration’s war on women.
The Trump administration announces the domestic gag rule goes into effect this week, denies asylum to a significant portion of immigrants, attempts to backpedal away from Epstein, and foments violence at a rally in North Carolina.