Social media has bolstered a #MeToo movement in Iran, potentially turning a new leaf in sexual violence survivors’ rights in the region.
After being suspended for tweets in which she highlighted a sexual assault allegation made against Kobe Bryant just hours after his sudden death on Sunday, Washington Post reporter Felicia Sonmez was reinstated on Tuesday.
Richie Mehta, a Canada-based film director, has begun addressing the systemic issue of sexual assault and rape in India through a new Netflix mini-series entitled “Delhi Crime.”
At times, it can be difficult to tell whether the public controls the media or whether the media controls the public. On one hand, the public gives intriguing topics more traction by talking and tweeting about them so more stories about those topics are written.
Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court has been thrown into doubt amid a multitude of suspicious cover-ups and false narratives being peddled on Twitter.
In the wake of bombshell sexual assault allegations, some Senators and media outlets are pushing for the confirmation to go through and for Ford to be discredited.
In the past year, former actor Bill Cosby stood trial twice on three accounts of aggravated assault towards Andrea Constand. The first of the two trials ended without a verdict, and in June 2017 Cosby walked free. In Cosby’s second trial, which took place in
In light of President Trump’s “MOST DISHONEST & CORRUPT MEDIA AWARDS,” we have some accolades of our own to give.
Why was Taylor Swift on TIME’s Person of the Year ‘Silence Breakers’ cover?
Spotlight the assailants and accused, and turn stigma away from victims.