In the News (Dec. 14, 2013- Dec. 20, 2013)
Tuesday was International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers. Did you do anything to memorialize sex workers who died violent deaths?
Some college men think Title IX violates their rights.
Illinois has a backlog of more than 4,000 rape kits.
Read an interview with the journalist who, fifteen years ago, followed up on an anonymous fax about R. Kelly, which turned into the stories about his sexual predations on teenage girls. And, if you’ve got the time, R. Kelly responds (there’s a link to a radio interview).
A year after the Delhi rape case in India, is there any progress?
Pro-choice activists are working to repeal the abortion-riders in Michigan.
Remember, abusive relationships are often complicated by pregnancy as abusers try to solidify their bonds with their victims.
An overview on prison rape in America.
A man confessed to the brutal rape and murder of a 6-year-old girl in Bangkok, and ten other child murders. The situation is still unfolding and the details are horrifying.
What does it mean if people get more socially and politically conservative after having a daughter? Also, is that even a thing?
The Pentagon’s sexual-assault prevention chief retires.
Occidental College’s anonymous, online form for reporting sexual assault was spammed with false rape reports.