Faculty members performed a skit that violated the district’s anti-harassment policy, and has led the school’s principal to step down.
And he made a documentary all about it.
This is what honesty sounds like.
“You’re so funny. I usually don’t think guys are funny.”
While an American Apparel employee, I spoke out publicly against the company’s ethics and employment practices. Then I got a call from Charney.
SMDH. So this happened to me.
It is evident in the wake of #YesAllWomen that saying “no” to men often threatens women’s safety. I asked my co-workers to share their experiences.
Alyssa Funke killed herself with a shotgun weeks after a video she made for CastingCouch-X was discovered by classmates.
A New York advertising executive has sued her boss for harassment after he called her “Susan Boyle” at a company party.
This is a devastating story.
In response to a growing concern amongst convention goers about the harassment of cosplayers, Photographer Sushi Killer created the “The Beginnings of CONsent” project.
As a woman in the tech world, I’m sadly not surprised by what happened to Adria Richards. In fact, I always expect it.
Bullying has become a serious epidemic in schools around American, but it’s hard to imagine that the bullying comes from a teacher. In this unfortunate case, however, Julio Artuz who attends Bankbridge Regional School in Gloucester County, New Jersey, was the victim of teacher-student harassment. The teacher, who remains anonymous, claims it’s just his way of “motivating” his students. You can read the whole story at nbcphiladelphia.
The mounting hanky panky accusations against Herman Cain don’t seem to be dampening the GOP’s enthusiasm for him. They also boo Mitt Romney being asked about Herman Cain’s misconduct. These Republican crowds sure are vocal, what with their booing and whooping and oh my God.
Cain’s finally got his very own Ben & Jerry’s flavor. Perfect for nervously shoveling into your mouth during the next, squirm-inducing press conference. Look forward to Herman’s Gropeberry Sorbet later this primary season!
Don’t feel too sorry for him. He had his phone number on Facebook.
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A San Antonio man could become the first Texan prosecuted under a new state law protecting people against online harassment. According to The San Antonio Express-News, Mike Lavender, a former sports announcer, was recently charged with one count of online harassment for using a fake Twitter account to bother a 33-year-old reporter.