Women and survivors have nothing to gain—and often everything to lose—from speaking up about harassment, abuse and assault. That didn’t stop Alice Glass.
Donald Trump’s tweets this week proved his inconsistency on the urgent issue of gun violence—and landed him in legal trouble as a lawsuit advances against his administration for their campus sexual assault policies.
Despite the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements, Oscar remains very male.
A new study published in the American Journal of Public Health confirmed what many reproductive rights advocates have long known: abortion is more regulated and legislated than any other health care service.
“The vilification of women by these groups,” SPLC declared in an announcement, “makes them no different than other groups that demean entire populations, such as the LGBT community, Muslims or Jews, based on their inherent characteristics.”
While Donald Trump, Jr., was using Twitter to signal support for conspiracy theorists claiming Parkland shooting survivors are “crisis actors,” his father—the President—was using the platform to discredit a woman accusing him of sexual misconduct. Meanwhile, Trump’s administration refuses to recognize abortion as a human right and no longer sees the U.S. as “a nation of immigrants.”
Much of Trump’s budget target the same group that has been bearing the brunt of the administration’s bigotry and intolerance: women.
Sexual assault isn’t unique to West Point’s campus, nor is it unique to the armed services.
Los Angeles City College’s Herb Alpert Music Center came alive last week when Ms. co-founder Gloria Steinem joined activist and entrepreneur Samantha Ramirez-Herrera for a conversation about immigration.
This week, the White House protected and defended another alleged serial abuser while John Kelly called immigrants lazy and Donald Trump called his critics treasonous.