Reflections from a trauma specialist and survivor.
New research suggests the nature of workplace harassment, and the way women respond to it, are both changing.
Research suggests that victims like E. Jean Carroll tend to remember their assaults vividly. I know because I'm one of them.
Even as men profess to understand affirmative consent in their jokes and apologies, many conflate sexual desire with consent in practice.
Lucasta Miller's new biography of the poet celebrates her literary triumphs while casting a skeptical eye on the society that rejected her.
Katsuko Saruhashi made waves internationally when she tracked and raised a global alarm on the dangers of nuclear testing by the U.S.
Reports on anti-Semitism are important not because they act as a warning system to Jewish communities, but in how they remind the public of the dangers of anti-Semitic thought.
Many commenters have raised concerns that the proposal will discourage survivors from coming forward, even in an era when people seem to be speaking out about sexual misconduct more than ever.
Congress has not passed any harassment-related legislation beyond cleaning up its own internal process for handling complaints—but that could change as a result of the 2018 mid-terms.
Josie Torielli, who works for the NYC Alliance Against Sexual Assault, spoke to Pacific Standard about the impact of the #MeToo movement, the importance of SAFETI, and the myth of false reporting.
Activists are putting the pressure on the federal government to leverage its money against alleged sexual harassers.
Conservatives are trying to use #HimToo to defend Kavanaugh and Trump.
Political scientist Francis Fukuyama argues we can only heal our national divisions with a new, creed-based American identity.
The conservative judge's confirmation was nearly derailed by allegations of sexual misconduct and partisanship. His confirmation highlights the limits of the #MeToo movement.
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The rescinded award comes hot on the heels of a grassroots push, among scientists on social media, to get scientific awards removed from alleged harassers.