Is your school on the list? Mine is. More
Daniel Craig, Benicio del Toro, Seth Meyers and others joined the President and Vice President to convey a message condemning rape.
For those of you who saw last night’s episode of Game of Thrones, “Breaker Of Chains,” I have one word for you: whoa. More
Why say it with just words when you can say it with words and condoms? More
For someone who’s wasted as much of her life scavenging through entertainment news sites as I have, you’d think I’d have a better grasp on the concept that celebrities are completely human– and that even the ones I really like have the ability to mess up. More
Wow. We thought we’d seen enough rape apologists to last us a lifetime. More
Gay or straight or anything else, 13-year-old boys can’t consent to sex with adults any more than their female peers can. More
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It’s 2014, but unfortunately, rape culture is still something we have to deal with. What is rape culture? To put it simply, it’s basically attitudes or practices that (consciously or not) try to normalize, excuse, trivialize, and/or ignore the seriousness of rape. More
While the initial screw up was awful, this should be looked as a win for the Internet. More
Lena Dunham made an appearance on Marc Maron‘s WTF podcast yesterday, and seemingly had the most balanced view of the Woody Allen abuse case of any celebrity who’s weighed in. More
In today’s what the hell kind of institution are you running here news, a fraternity at Worcester Polytechnic Institute is being investigated for some truly horrifying abusive fraternity behavior, reported anonymously by three female students. More
When you quote a person’s tweet in an article, you can literally change their life. More
There is no link between what a person wears and his or her likelihood of being raped. None. More