As Newsweek first reported, in late November, months after two Steubenville High School football stars were convicted of rape, a grand jury indicted four school officials for failing to report another rape, allegedly of a 14-year-old girl. Here’s what you need to know about the case.
After having lived in the United States, going back home to India in 2013 means readjusting to more than modest dress and unwanted stares. It means confronting a past I’d rather forget.
Florida State football players Ronald Darby and Chris Casher gave similar witness accounts nearly a year after the alleged incident.
Florida State QB Jameis Winston will avoid jail and criminal charges.
Prosecutors handling sexual assault allegations against the Heisman frontrunner will announce results of their investigation Thursday afternoon.
More women are coming forward with their rapes and sexual assaults today than ever before. From Des Moines to Tumblr.
Modern technologies and other distractions are causing people to have less sex than they were ten years ago, a recent study shows.
Austin Smith Clem, 25, was found guilty of raping a teenage girl three times in Alabama, but he won’t be sent to jail for his crimes.
Ranjit Sinha has since apologized for his remark, but activists say his logic embodies the problem of rape impunity in India.
A campaign launched on crowdfunding site Indiegogo in mid-October promises to create clothing that acts as a deterrent to sexual assault. “Confidence and protection that can be worn.”
Activists gather protests and petitions to force justice in the case of “Liz,” a 16-year-old girl whose attackers were set free following a brutal gang rape.
It didn’t always end happily ever after…
The girl reportedly dug her way out of a grave after her alleged rapists buried her near a deserted road.
“No one deserves to be victimized.” A short but strong rally for Daisy Coleman, the teenager who says she was driven from her Missouri town after being assaulted.
The victim felt nauseous and fainted in a Mumbai court after being asked to identify the pornographic video clips that her alleged assaulters forced her to watch before raping her in an abandoned mill.
“I’m Daisy Coleman, the teenager at the center of the Maryville rape media storm, and this is what really happened,” writes the 14-year-old on xoJane.com.
Paige Parkhurst, who was just 13 at the time of the attack in Maryville, Mo., is now speaking out about her sexual assault.
Two Republican leaders are calling for the state’s attorney general to revisit the alleged rape of Daisy Coleman. The county sheriff maintains the case was handled “flawlessly.”
“Certainly we care about the welfare and wellbeing of our citizens, but … we’ve not been involved in it,” said the mayor of Maryville, where the handling of a young girl’s alleged rape has been criticized.
A mother says that after her teenage daughter was found unconscious on their porch, the town of Maryville, Missouri, drove them out.
Two of the three ex-Naval Academy football players accused of sexually assaulting a female midshipmen will face a general court-martial.
In Saudi Arabia, a father cannot be executed for murdering his child.
From Grace Brown’s Project Unbreakable, an online platform that strives to “increase awareness of the issues surrounding sexual assault.” Trigger warning for sexual assault.
In a recent survey by Sky News, 38 South African men speak out about rape and 28 admit they have raped at least one woman. Trigger warning: rape, sexual assault.
The makers of All India Bakchod, India’s foremost comedy podcast, tackle victim-blaming with satire.
The dating site’s admin claimed he took her photos without knowing who she was.
Project Unbreakable is an online photography project that aims to “encourage the act of healing through art.” Trigger warning for sexual assault.
“The victim is as guilty as her rapists.”
Nigel Evans resigned from his post as deputy speaker Wednesday after several counts of sexual assault as well as rape were brought against him.
Judge Todd Baugh, who issued the 30-day ruling that angered the internet and sparked protests in Montana, now says the sentence may be illegal. State prosecutors are appealing the ruling.