Stern statements from brands like Pepsi and Anheuser-Busch aren’t really damaging the league. If they want to affect real change, they need to hit the league and its owners where it hurts most — in their wallets.
Loyal CoverGirl users say they are not happy that the brand continues to sponsor the NFL despite the public outcry against its handling of domestic violence cases.
The newly crowned Miss America, Kira Kazantsev, said she had been in an abusive relationship in college.
I thought if I could figure out why he’d stabbed someone, then died in a motorcycle crash, I’d be able to find closure with our abusive relationship. But the story of his death was just as complicated as his life was.
And people are really not happy about it.
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.
“Today has just proven, once and for all, that I’m not missing fucking anything by not watching football.”
Writing for the New Statesman, Sir Patrick Stewart explains why, when it comes to domestic violence, there’s no such thing as “just a domestic”.
Six games for the first offense, lifetime ban for second.
Jakari Pearson was shot and killed Wednesday when a bullet came through his window and struck in him in the chest while he was asleep in bed.
“I thought silence was my only friend.”
You’ve never seen Ariel, Jasmine, and Cinderella like this before.
“Happy Never After” — a project created by artist Saint Hoax — tells women, “it’s never too late to put an end to it.”
They refuse to take the artwork down from their website.
Updated: Solo is the goalie for the Seattle Reign FC, and played on two gold medal-winning Olympic women’s teams.
The video might change the way you see domestic violence.
The 51-year-old actor was booked around 3:30 a.m. Tuesday. Police say that Jace called 911 and confessed that he shot his wife.
Chahal plead guilty to two misdemeanor counts, and not guilty to 45 other felony charges, which were later dropped.
The ministry revised an article in the criminal procedure code that critics say would have made it impossible to prosecute domestic violence cases.
The NYPD’s failure to translate the warnings of a woman before she was murdered has lead to further scrutiny of the department’s treatment non-English speakers.
On Feb. 14, men and women around the world danced for “One Billion Rising,” an initiative created by Eve Ensler to end gendered and sexual violence worldwide.
Domestic violence rarely has only one victim.
After her fake story went viral on Facebook, she admitted she was lying.
This week for BuzzReads, Kathleen McLaughlin profiles an elderly activist who battled the Chinese government to expose the truth behind one of the country’s largest AIDS outbreaks. Read that, and these other great stories from around BuzzFeed and the web.
A law allowing women to check the police records of all new partners will cover England and Wales.
“Australia’s secrets have many places to hide. Uncover just one of them.”
Because you’ll get fired. You’ll get fired almost immediately.
The premise is a woman goes on to the subway and gets into a physical altercation with her boyfriend because he gave her AIDS.
Hornet Signs, the decal company behind shocking image calls it “an experiment in marketing.”
“Save Our Sisters” is an anti-sex trafficking initiative. This is their print campaign.