The “Yes Means Yes” law is the first of its kind.
Stacey Dean Rambold’s initial one-month sentence was thrown out because his judge implied the victim was to blame for her own rape. A new judge re-sentenced him Friday.
Fox’s entertainment division told BuzzFeed News it had no comment on the rape joke in the long-awaited hour-long crossover episode “The Simpsons Guy,” set to air this weekend. Seth MacFarlane’s publicist did not immediately respond to BuzzFeed News’ request for comment.
“At this point I’m so used to it. It still bothers me, but I just expect it.”
35 students were arrested, while several have been hospitalised, and 2 remain in critical condition.
It’s basically one epiphany after another. Including a lot of stuff which should have been obvious all along.
Troops from Uganda and Burundi, deployed under a United Nations mandate to stabilize Somalia, are allegedly exploiting medical services and aid for sex.
“This case is unusual in that it has both been reported and is in the public eye,” said a human rights researcher.
New DNA evidence cleared the names of two half-brothers three decades after they were convicted of a 1983 murder.
Columbia senior Emma Sulkowicz has vowed to carry a mattress around campus until the man who allegedly raped her leaves the school.
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“There is no basis to the claims and the investigation is now closed by police.”
“I want a clear girl for my son because he is clear.”
On the anonymous secret-sharing app Whisper, people who say they are survivors of military sexual assault open up about their heartbreaking experiences and living with PTSD.
On Wednesday, a group of eight senators introduced legislation to confront sexual violence against college students.
The prominent atheist also claimed that you can say some types of paedophilia are worse than others.
“I feel safe when equality is not a fight, but a given.”
“I got him in a bloody puddle for you, officer,” the father says in newly released audio of the 911 call.
Asked by police if any weapons were involved, the father said, “my foot and my fist.” WARNING: Graphic image.
He needs to shut that whole thing down.
This sentencing is the first retaliation against sexual criminals following the government’s decision to toughen penalties for rape.
BuzzFeed reported on allegations that a teacher pursued inappropriate relationships with teenage girls at two Los Angeles schools. Do you have a story of inappropriate behavior or abuse at your school?
They’re calling it #JadaPose.
Two University of Miami linebackers were arrested on charges of sexual battery, kicked off the football team, and suspended from school after they admitted raping a 17-year-old girl in a campus dorm room.
The man was running in the park with his little black puppy when he stepped in to help the woman.
A rape victim’s college essay about “what made her who she is” has led to her stepfather’s rape conviction. He was sentenced to 18 years in prison in Brooklyn on Monday.
“This was a case where you just lost control of normal restraint. … You simply could not resist,” said Judge Michael Mettyear.
The director of the X-Men films is being sued by two people: Michael Egan and an anonymous British man identified in court documents only as “John Doe 117.” Singer already moved to have Egan’s case thrown out of court.
“The Fearless Collective” is an online project that encourages women to be fearless in the face of violent misogyny.