Remember when some pundits were singing the praises of John Kelly? They praised his work at the Department of Homeland Security, of which ICE is a part.
With all that Trump is doing to destroy America’s reputation and our values, imagine also living with a partner who beats you to within inches of your life.
That this this school shooting went by without any substantive cries to address our nation’s gun culture and safety laws, especially regarding domestic abusers, is another indictment against this impervious predicament.
Misogyny reared its ugly head on Twitter Friday evening after Salon Editor-at-Large Joan Walsh tweeted something that made both left and right, well to be fair mostly right, angry.
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.
On Friday, Representative Jackie Speier (D-CA) called NASCAR out on their hypocrisy, charging that they only seem to enforce the rules when the misconduct is caught on camera. She asked the organization, "How is it that NASCAR can take action when a reporter is threatened, and not when a woman is physically assaulted?"
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.
On Tuesday, a website based in Oklahoma, MooreDaily.com, ran a story featuring Facebook conversations from a Republican candidate for the Oklahoma House of Representatives. Esk said then that he believes homosexuality is punishable by death.
The Washington Post had an epic disaster of a column today, in which they managed to blame women for violence against women "One way to end violence against women? Stop taking lovers and get married."
Some men have been suggesting Rodgers' killing of more men than women means he wasn't a misogynist. Nothing could be further from the truth.
So today, on this tragic Saturday when a very disturbed young man went on a murdering rampage against the "beautiful" women archetype he felt rejected by, I'm wondering if we can finally talk about the systemic problem of violence against women in the United States.
Prosecutors have decided not to press charges against George Zimmerman, citing a lack of cooperation from his girlfriend, Samantha Scheibe.
Women who are involved in journalism are increasingly the targets of violent sexual threats by anonymous cowards in hopes of frightening them to stop expressing their opinions.
Republicans seek to assuage the crime of rape by redefining it to prevent women from abortion services, claiming it is a blessing or legislating medical instrument rape to teach women their place.
Fox News viewers responded to the idea that real men don't rape with racial epithets and death threats.
International Women's Day celebrated the advances women have made - despite the Republican Party's efforts to drag us back to the days when freedom was reserved for white men.
President Obama said today while signing the Violence Against Women Act, "I promise you this - not just as your President, but as a son, as a husband, as a father - I'm going to keep at it."
Freedom Works has been exposed as the force behind the opposition to the Violence Against Women Act, because they feel that protecting women from violence is mean and unfair to men.
The response and support the Steubenville rapists are receiving is typical given the recent attacks on all American women at the hands of Republicans.
Rape apologists, the rape crew, lawyers for the rape crew and morons (excuse the redundancy) are very upset about their character being impugned.