A shot was fired at the rape culture Tuesday, as a private sector company, MOKO Social Media, stepped up to the plate by donating $100,000 to Detroit's Wayne Country Prosecutor's Office (Michigan) in order to help investigate a shameful backlog of rape kits.
Currently, Maryland and 30 other states afford rapists full parental rights under the law.
During a segment on CNN's Newsroom Thursday, host Carol Costello pushed back against author Susan Patton's attempts to both blame the victims of sexual abuse and frame the issue of rape and sexual violence as nothing more than failed hook ups.
Another day, another new low reached by bottom-scraping conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh. In this instance, Limbaugh justified rape culture by telling men that no really means yes.
Victim shaming takes on a new dimension at UNC where a victim of rape is threatened with expulsion for seeking justice.
President of the Calfiornia Republican Assembly, Celeste Greig, said pregnancies by rape are rare 'because it's an act of violence, because the body is traumatized.'
According to legislation proposed by New Mexico Republicans, if you get raped or molested, you are the criminal. If you don't carry the fetus to term, you may face up to three years in prison.
The Republican Party is once again plotting a come back. And once again, they're not addressing the flaws in their policy, but rather the message used to convey the policy to the public.
A pro-fetus House Republican from Georgia is defending legitimate rape Todd Akin of Missouri and the gift of rape Richard Mourdock of Indiana.
Steubenville Police said it was too late to test Jane Doe to see if she had been roofied. However, there are tests that work up to a month later.
This is a sad, seedy, predictable story about small town protectionism, only in this story, rape protectionism meets Internet warriors for justice. Silencing victims? Not so fast, little town.