The writer and director explains what she learned by putting the true story of her childhood sexual abuse on screen.
Advocates see this as a concrete signal to the scientific community that bad behavior won't be tolerated.
There's a chance the sexual culture being cultivated by Millennials can diminish the environment of harassment and assault that's plagued so many workplaces.
The rescinded award comes hot on the heels of a grassroots push, among scientists on social media, to get scientific awards removed from alleged harassers.
A legal principle intended to protect service members after World War II has spawned a dangerous precedent.
The New York state legislature voted nearly unanimously Tuesday to appoint Barbara Underwood to serve as the state's attorney general, making her the first woman to hold the position.
We spoke to Amy Ziering about what she recommends reading, watching, and listening to.
Considering a new anthology of stories about rape culture—and two other anthologies about how to end it.
There's not been a sudden spike in sexual harassment within our state legislatures; this has been going on for decades. And professors who help send students to statehouse internships need to be mindful of that fact.
Reporters should call out non-apologies—and be wary of re-exploiting victims.
New research identifies yet another prejudice faced by women running for office.
Numerous authors and librarians allege a pattern of sexually humiliating comments.
Hospitality and domestic workers suffer staggering rates of sexual harassment and assault. But they are among women still largely omitted from the #MeToo movement—and many federal protections.