While the Supreme Court took up marriage equality, the NRA and anti-abortion groups joined forces to block an important judicial appointment.
The failed nomination of Caitlin Halligan brought to attention the shared interests between anti-choice groups and the NRA.
I am writing because conservative Christian leaders have been stunningly and tellingly silent on one of the most pressing moral and social issues we face today: rape.
Thousands of men gathered in Dallas on Saturday to break the culture of silence around domestic violence, encouraging themselves and their peers to take responsibility for violence against women.
By all accounts, the women’s rights advocates who fought to reauthorize VAWA never made EC a priority.
The Steubenville, Ohio, rape trial highlights the complicated role we ask our juvenile courts to play.
We have a duty, as consumers, to try and ascertain if the products we buy are made in abusive or coercive situations. That’s true whether we like the products or not.
Striking parallels between a rape case from almost exactly thirty years ago and the Steubenville case make for a good opportunity to assess how reporting on rape has changed—or not.
It’s time to leverage the VAWA victory and turn our attention to the needs of women and girls around the world.
Zerlina Maxwell, a lawyer, writer, social commentator, and rape survivor has been heaped with abusive tweets and internet postings for more than a week for suggesting guns are not the answer to rape culture.