Posts Tagged "rape"

Day of the Girl

Day of the Girl

Why a Day for Girls? “We want to be seen as equals, in the eyes of others AND in our own eyes.” Why a day just for girls? Because girls can save the world. And we deserve a bigger part of it. A Dozen Reasons As girls, we experience inequality in every aspect of our lives. There are a billion reasons why we need the Day of the Girl, but let’s start with just a dozen (all are...

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Can’t Get a Witness

Can’t Get a Witness

Left photograph is of David Albert Mitchell, who is being arrested for rape and battery of a 73 year-old woman who photographed his public sexual behavior in Central Park. Challenging men’s anonymity around sexual abuse remains a hurdle that must be overcome before women will have personal freedom. We must continue to challenge men’s so-called “right” to 24 hour access to...

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Your Rapist Is Your Work Supervisor?

Your Rapist Is Your Work Supervisor?

Your Rapist Is Your Work Supervisor? It should be no surprise that on America’s farms, many women are treated as less than human, since not even the government sees them as worthy of respect under the law. There aren’t many jobs in the U.S. that are tougher than farmwork–spending the day picking crops under a sweltering sun, earning just enough to survive, jumping from one...

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Negotiating Sex

Negotiating Sex

This is an excellent piece about our need for rape law reform and the importance of discussions prior, during and after sexual encounters. Thanks to Michelle J. Anderson, Dean of CUNY Law School for this document. NegotiatingSex Share on Facebook

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Pregnancy, Sexual Congress and the (In)Visibility of Men

Pregnancy, Sexual Congress and the (In)Visibility of Men

Pregnancy, Sexual Congress and the (In)Visibility of Men Wednesday, 04 April 2012 00:00 By Ellen Dannin, Truthout | Op-Ed Now you see men. Now you don’t. When it comes to being an expert on birth control and women’s sexuality, men are apparently the experts, the go-to guys. Men are twice as likely as women to be pundits on birth control on cable news, and men were the sole panelists...

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