A survey from the Kinsey Institute tackles the murky, but vital, question of What Is Sex? and the answers underscore how changeable our definitions may be.
Today, as we honor women’s economic, political, and social advancements, the women of Zimbabwe are recovering from a brutal campaign of rape. We must hold the perpetrators accountable.
This International Women’s Day remember the women in Rwanda and the DR of Congo – survivors of war and the sexual violence that so often accompanies war.
NY Governor David Paterson will not run for election, but will stay in office for nearly another year, because, he contends, he has not “abused his office.” I guess that depends on what your definition of “abuse” is.
There is no shortage of reports or data documenting the abhorrent extent of sexual violence in the DRC. Women are targets working in the fields. Women are targets walking home. Women are targets virtually everywhere.
The International Violence Against Women Act (I-VAWA) was introduced today by a bipartisan group of legislators hoping to enact the first law designed to address a crisis of epic proportions globally.
On a visit to Goma, Congo, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton called for an end to the rampant sexual violence that has erupted in the country as a result of ongoing war in the region.
Parents and teachers need to have lots of difficult conversations about sex with their teens, where the “right” answer isn’t clear.
A Catholic bishop in Brazil says the mother and doctors of a nine-year-old girl, pregnant as a result of incest and who had an abortion, should be excommunicated.
The Ohio program Abstinence ‘Till Marriage no longer victim-shames on their website. A small victory — but now we need to end funding for all failed abstinence-only programs.