Why Survivors Of Sexual Assault Often Wait To Come Forward

Cory Stieg Yesterday, The Washington Post reported that Christine Blasey Ford is the author of the confidential letter accusing Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump's Supreme Court nominee, of sexual assault. In the '80s, when Ford and...

#WhyIDidntReport: The hashtag supporting Christine Blasey Ford

President Trump inadvertently spawned a new and trending hashtag after questioning why Professor Christine Blasey Ford did not report her alleged sexual assault by his Supreme Court nominee when it happened 36 years ago. In...

End the strategy that shuts alleged sexual harassment victims down

By Wendy Tuohy Victims of workplace sexual harassment, especially at the hands of a senior man they trust, will often tell you the first blow is the act and the second is the devastating aftermath. Bad...

Millions of sexual harassment victims need support to find their voice

By Wendy Tuohy We already knew millions of workplace sexual harassment victims do not speak up for fear of losing their income if they make waves, but to learn vast numbers of young people are...

When married women have unwanted sex, can it be considered rape?

By Jane Gilmore Rape myths centre on the idea that “real” rape only happens a when balaclava-clad monster drags a pretty, white, conservatively dressed, virginal young girl into a darkened alley, and the rape leaves...

Stormy Daniels Said She Was ‘Terrified’ When Ben Roethlisberger Tried To Kiss Her After...

By Maria Vultaggio Former adult film star Stephanie Clifford, better known as Stormy Daniels, said she was “terrified” when Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger attempted to kiss her. In her new book Full Disclosure, Daniels alleged...

The 10 Most Magical Books to Read If You Love Harry Potter

By Megan McCluskey Rereading the entirety of the Harry Potter series is never a bad idea. But if you’re looking to branch out from J.K. Rowling’s wizarding world into other emchanted literary universes, there’s no...

7 Women on What Their Lives Are Like After Coming Forward About Sexual Harassment...

  One year after #MeToo went viral in October of 2017, the women who spoke out against harassment and abuse are still fighting. Some abusers have lost their jobs, and some even face prison time....

Why is IVF so popular in Denmark?

By Lucy Proctor The Changing Face of Procreation, BBC World Service Despite previous attempts to limit access to treatment, Denmark now has the biggest proportion of babies born through assisted reproductive technology (ART) in the...

India killing: ‘My father ordered my husband’s murder’

On 14 September, Pranay Perumalla was murdered in front of his wife, Amrutha, in an alleged honour killing. BBC Telugu's Deepthi Bathini spoke to Amrutha, whose father has been arrested for plotting the attack. Amrutha...

Woman in famous 9/11 picture employs same photographer for her wedding

By Nicole Darrah -FoxNews.com A photographer who snapped an iconic photo of Joanne "JoJo" Capestro just moments after she escaped the collapsing towers in New York City on 9/11 has captured another memorable moment in...

The Scientific Secrets to Preventing Jet Lag

By Melissa Locker Traveling abroad can be exhilarating. But sometimes it’s easy to discount the crippling jet leg that can set in after traversing multiple time zones—leaving you exhausted, disoriented and possibly causing you to...

Jean Boghossian ignites a war-torn zone with flames of hope

The exhibition takes place in what used to be the headquarters of L’Orient Le Jour in Beirut Souks, a war-torn building that represents the history of Lebanon to this artist. by Karim Wazzan -Source:...

Martin Sellner: The new face of the far right in Europe By Simon Cox...

By Simon Cox BBC News In his T-shirt, skinny jeans and sharply styled haircut, Martin Sellner is the European far right's newest poster boy. The group he leads in Austria has attracted huge publicity. However,...

Why Sexual Assault Memories Stick

Christine Blasey Ford says she has a vivid memory of an attack that took place when she was 15. That makes sense. By Richard A. Friedman-Dr. Friedman is a psychiatrist -The  New York Times As a...

Melania Trump sports pricey Gucci coat to welcome Polish president

By Janine Puhak-FoxNews.com First lady Melania Trump may have won a bit of praise for her latest look while welcoming Polish President Andrzej Duda and his wife to the White House on Tuesday — but she...

Meghan Markle’s ‘ultraliberal’ political values are causing issues with Prince Harry’s friends, claims royal...

news.com.au Meghan Markle has thrown herself into royal duties since marrying Prince Harry in May. But while the Duchess of Sussex has hit the ground running in her public life, there are increasing reports that she...

The Body Language Mistakes You Don’t Realize You’re Making at Work, According to Experts

By Sophia Gottfried You met deadlines and put in extra hours at work—yet you still haven’t landed that coveted promotion or cultivated meaningful connections with coworkers. Could it be your body language that’s holding you...

How Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Are Doing Married Life in London

by Elise Taylor This time last year, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle hadn’t even made their first official debut as a couple. The only photos available of the two together were grainy, out-of-focus paparazzi shots....

Why the phenomenon of the Alpha male is a ruse

By Natalie Reilly Can you picture Jon Hamm as the new Batman? Jon Hamm can. The former star of Mad Men told the Hollywood Reporter he’d be happy to put his hand up for the...