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The woman known as “Emily Doe” taped her drawing of two bicycles above her bed. It reminds her of the strangers who came to embody protection — the pair of cycling Stanford University graduate students who stopped her sexual assault. “There are heroes in this story,” the 23-year-old woman wrote in an impact statement that […]

Male anti-sexism activist Jackson Katz Since he was 19-years old, American author and film-maker Jackson Katz has been on a mission to explain why violence against women is a man’s problem. Our K reporter catches up with him in Hong Kong where he’s spreading the word. A stocky ex-football star, Jackson Katz may be the […]

Donald Trump claims that Hillary Clinton lacks “the strength or the stamina” to run the country. He questioned in a tweet this week why the media was not covering a coughing fit she had at a rally in Cleveland. His party’s chairman scolded her for not smiling enough. And Trump has insisted that the former […]

Unaware his microphone was on, Donald Trump started talking about how he pursues women. “You know I’m automatically attracted to beautiful — I just start kissing them,” Trump said in the 2005 recording, obtained by The Washington Post. “It’s like a magnet. Just kiss. I don’t even wait.” Trump boasted that his celebrity broke down […]

In a few weeks, thousands of new college students will stream onto campuses across the country, trying to navigate the novelties of dorm rooms, dining halls, public transit and rooming with strangers. It’s a lot to take in — which is why Sharyn Potter cringes when she sees sexual assault prevention crammed into freshman orientation. […]

The concept of open office space has had its share of critics for decades, and yet the floor plan remains popular. “Open office floor plans seem to be an essential part of start-ups, and more established organizations are also catching onto this trend,” noted blog tradegecko. This, despite complaints of privacy, temperature and noise level, […]

Siavash Zohoori was out on his bicycle in Isla Vista, near the University of California Santa Barbara campus where he goes to school, when he saw people 20 feet from him go down. They had been shot during a drive-by perpetrated by Elliot Rodger, who, it was later revealed, had planned to target sorority members […]

By Nina Burleigh – The Huffington Post, Published April 12, 2013 If you see something, say something. That paranoid punch line of a public service campaign has worked: nobody looks the same way at a stray backpack on the subway, and we just might call the cops. Sadly, the same adage doesn’t apply to young […]