Gov. Bobby Jindal’s administration promises a plan to end the practice of billing sexual assault victims for their exams and treatment.
“To take action, not watch in silence.”
A lawyer for Treon Harris said the University of Florida student withdrew her complaint against the suspended Florida Gators player.
Exclusive: The woman, who filed a report with the Los Angeles Police Department on Thursday, told BuzzFeed News Sam Pepper assaulted her last month in Los Angeles.
A Canadian law prevents the press from naming Rehtaeh Parsons, the Canadian teen who killed herself after she was cyberbullied following an alleged gang rape. Her family says it protects the system — not Rehtaeh.
“We pledge that we will never give up the struggle for women’s rights.”
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.
“I got it wrong in the handling of the Ray Rice matter.”
Biographer Mark Whitaker comments on why, in its nearly 500 pages, Cosby: His Life and Times doesn’t address the 2006 sexual assault lawsuit that led to 13 other women coming forward with similar stories.
Columbia senior Emma Sulkowicz has vowed to carry a mattress around campus until the man who allegedly raped her leaves the school.
If the bill becomes law, students must practice “affirmative consent” — where silence alone is not permission to have sex.
Six games for the first offense, lifetime ban for second.
Bob Filner is facing another lawsuit, this time from a former executive assistant with allegations including sexual harassment, gender discrimination, and sexual battery.
A nail polish could soon save your life.
The suspect is still at large.
This is what it looks like when you invite all of Twitter to your party.
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.
Matthew Durham has been charged with assaulting between four and 10 kids at a children’s home in rural Kenya while on a volunteer mission.
On Wednesday, a group of eight senators introduced legislation to confront sexual violence against college students.
Magic in the Moonlight is a paper-thin trifle — but somehow is still hard to watch. BuzzFeed Film Critic Alison Willmore and Chief Los Angeles Correspondent Kate Aurthur discuss the film’s pitfalls.
“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.
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.
Student activists said they are saddened but not surprised at the findings in the report released Wednesday by Sen. Claire McCaskill. “McCaskill’s survey gives us the data to support what we know anecdotally: Schools aren’t handling sexual assault well.”
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.
Some are calling the meeting a publicity stunt, which the Vatican strongly denies.
Others are tweeting that she made the claim “for publicity.”
It included “wear black” and “grab”.