sexual assault

Today is the last day of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t ALWAYS be aware. There's a line of condoms that are specially designed for awareness—in a fun way.

The rampant sexual assault on campuses around the country has finally attracted the country's attention—and the Federal government's. When it comes to prevention, expanding discussions around consent are clearly the first step.
It takes months of preparing, testing, applications to get into college. Now acceptances have gone out, how can you choose which college is the best for you? It turns out women might want to ask some different questions.

This fall, an estimated 12 million women will enroll in college. The number of women students surpassed men in 1980, and the gap has been widening ever since. Since 2011, more working women have held college degrees than working men. Of the 80 highest ranked schools in the country, here is a roundup of some of the best colleges for women.

Fashion photographer Terry Richardson likes to be called "Uncle Terry," but some prefer to call him a pervert. There's even a petition on Change.org calling for magazines and brands to stop employing the 48-year-old. The accusations and headlines have gone as far back as 2010, so why is he still getting work?

Sen. Kristen Gillibrand will debate Military Justice Improvement Act as early as Tuesday, and Sen. Claire McCaskill plans filibuster. The latest report of rampant sex crimes on U.S. military base in Japan highlights the urgency for a decision to be made on how to better approach cases.

While we're anticipating what the President will say about the economy in Tuesday's state-of-the-union address, last week's radio and Internet address reaffirmed the White House's commitment to cracking down on sexual assault on college campuses and changing a culture that perpetuates rape.

New company AR Wear uses cut-proof, lockable straps to fix the form-fitting underwear onto a woman’s pelvic area to thwart would-be sexual assailants. How about just tell would-be perpetrators to stop raping women?

College is intended to be a place for personal and professional growth, yet for some it’s also a place of violence. To find out how harassment exists on college campuses, Hollaback!, recently collected new data. See what they found.

Daisy Coleman is not afraid to speak out about being assaulted by boys she thought were her friends. Thanks to her bravery and crowd-sourced justice, the Maryville, Mo. rape case, has been reopened and a special prosecutor has been assigned to the case.

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