“I, along with millions of other women, have been a victim of unwanted sexual advances from a guy who didn’t think he was doing anything wrong.”
Almost every day, on my way to school, I get harassed on the street. It’s like part of my routine: get off the bus, grab a chai, get catcalled, repeat.
As more survivors of sexual assault speak up, US gymnastics leadership is being rocked to its core.
Today marks the one-year anniversary of the women’s march. And it’s been a busy year for women’s rights.
Some are saying the results are a warning sign for Republicans, or creepy dudes, or both. But when we look at the numbers, it gets complicated.
Every time we listen or watch something produced by a rapist or abuser, not only are we adding to their wealth but we are normalizing their behavior.
As sexual harassment revelations break out across the country, #MeToo continues to be in the headlines. But what’s at stake for young women entering the workplace?
It’s alarming to see your parents cry, it’s alarming to see that the adult world has more flaws than you expected.