Stacey isn’t copping anyone’s shit.
This week, BuzzFeed exposed therapists who attempt to “cure” gay people. Read that and other stories from The Toast, The New Yorker, Salon, and more.
Lawyers say PM’s “foolish” comments are proof of the government’s failed asylum policy.
A U.S. District Judge has ruled that the U.S. must release pictures of detainees who were abused in Iraq and Afghanistan. The ruling comes more than 10 years after the American Civil Liberties Union first sought the release of the images.
There were violent deaths, sex abuse, and other tragic outcomes at some of the foster homes overseen by the nation’s largest for-profit foster care company, National Mentor Holdings. This post is based on a BuzzFeed News investigation by Aram Roston and Jeremy Singer-Vine.
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People ask permission all the time… Except when it comes to hooking up.
The screenshots uploaded detail the abuse and harassment women face daily. BuzzFeed News spoke to the creator of the account.
Using the sharing app Whisper, alleged victims of domestic abuse from across the UK are sharing their experiences of being in, and leaving, abusive relationships.
The NFL Commissioner addresses the recent high-profile abuse cases involving Ray Rice, Adrian Peterson and other players.
In response to the video showing NFL player Ray Rice knocking his then-fiancée unconscious, women and men shared their own powerful stories on Twitter. BuzzFeed News spoke to the woman who began the hashtag.
Zelda has returned with a message to the people who trolled her.
Jessica Valenti received a stream of insults for more than 24 hours (some NSFW language).
Mikhail Saakashvili called the charges against him a “farce,” according to reports.
The anonymous British plaintiff, known as John Doe 117, had alleged that Singer and Broadway producer Gary Goddard abused him in London in 2006. He dismissed the case against Singer, but the suit against Goddard remains active.
Others are tweeting that she made the claim “for publicity.”
Montana Judge G. Todd Baugh said a 14-year-old girl was “as much in control of the situation” as the teacher who raped her. The comments have now earned Baugh a public rebuke and a month without pay.
Isidro Garcia told the woman her family gave up looking for her and would be deported if she contacted them. She finally escaped after reaching out on Facebook.
A new Human Rights Watch video features rare interviews with former political prisoners who survived years of systematic abuse, torture, and starvation in the country’s notorious prisoner camps. A UN report detailing the regime’s atrocities also included a letter to Kim Jong-un saying he could face trial for “crimes against humanity.”
The radio station says that they will not be tweeting again until “the station feels that Twitter is responding appropriately”.
Plus stunning photos from the edge of an erupting volcano, the question of why Ben Affleck would want to risk playing Batman, and the ultimate in cockroach-related nightmare fuel.
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But their top reason for hitting was, “They hit me first.”
“We always worry that they’ll feel like, I’m going to be out on the street with my kids, so I’m just going to have to go back to him,” says the director of a service agency.
Rep. Joe Heck strongly denies the charge and tells BuzzFeed that “anyone perpetuating a story like this … demeans the pain that so many victims of domestic violence experience and the courage it takes to confront it.”
Photos of Patricia Krentcil before she became synonymous with bad parenting and jerky.
Not even kidding. This is the almost too-ghoulish-to-be-true story of Luka Rocco Magnotta, currently wanted by Interpol for murdering, eating and dismembering a man — all on video — then mailing the body parts to Canadian politicians. WARNING: Graphic details.
This single dad sent his 10-year-old son to school wearing a wire after complaints of bad behavior. What he recorded was disturbing.