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Sexualizing violence against women is never OK. So it's anyone's guess what the folks at Maxim Korea were thinking with their September 2015 cover. Actor Byeong-ok Kim, known for his roles in "Oldboy," "Sympathy for Lady Vengeance" and...Show More Summary
“When people use a false equivalency to make light of domestic violence against women, it makes me want to punch someone in the face.” — Missy Vaughn Survivor’s Remorse dances so gleefully near the electrified third rail, it’s easy to become convinced that the writers don’t actually know how palpable and present the danger is. Show More Summary
Jeanine Mabunda Lioko is in charge of the fight to end rape and child recruitment in the Democratic Republic of Congo. "We should not accept the indignity of women and children being used in armed conflict," she says in an interview with Michael Gerson of the ONE Campaign.
Good morning. Here's your daily roundup of college football stuff. Baylor scandal update. We still don't know exactly what Art Briles knew about Sam Ukwuachu before the player came to Baylor, where he was eventually convicted for sexually assaulting a student. Show More Summary
Black Lives Matter organizers were joined by 150 people in D.C. on Tuesday for a rally to raise awareness of violence against transgender women, particularly black transgender women.
From the August 25 edition of MSNBC Live with Thomas Roberts: Previously: Cable News Largely Ignores Spike In Murders Of Transgender Women Of Color LGBT, Trans Organizations Call On News Networks To Improve Transgender Coverage National News Networks Are Failing The Transgender Community
#BlackLivesMatter organizers plan to draw attention to the wave of fatal violence against this population during TransLiberation Tuesday. read more
Rapper Dr. Dre has publicly apologized for the violence he committed against women when he was younger.
Extractive industry projects may not be created to victimize women, but violence against women has become a major by-product of these project operations. It's time for the industry to take responsibility for its impact on indigenous women and their communities, argues economist Rebecca Adamson.
In what is possibly the first time he's ever concretely addressed allegations of violence against women, hip-hop mogul Dr. Dre issued an apology to "the women I've hurt" via the New York Times today. "Twenty-five years ago I was a young man drinking too much and in over my head...
Women against Sexual Violence and State Repression (WSS) strongly condemns the witch-hunt unleashed on one of their members Soni Sori, her associate Lingaram Kodopi and other villagers by the police in Bastar, Chhattisgarh. We stand in solidarity with the brave villagers in the tribal areas of Bastar in their struggles against repression by the [...]
Stirred by a report of how the Islamic State uses the Quran to justify systematic sexual violence against women and young girls, Hillsong Church pastor Bobbie Houston has called on women everywhere to pray over the shocking and abhorrent situation in any way they know how.
After the rapper became an Apple employee following its $3.3 billion takeover of Beats, attention to his past violence has become the latest barb against the tech industry's treatment of women.
Dr. Dre has formally apologized for some instances of violence against women that have come back into the spotlight following the release of the N.W.A biopic Straight Outta Compton. While not addressing the specific incidents – his 1991 assault on journalist "Dee" Barnes as well as scathing accusations from ex-girlfriend Michel'le – the...
Dr. Dre and Apple both released statements today regarding the exclusion of scenes from Straight Outta Compton depicting Dre's past violence towards women.
Amid a firestorm of controversy that biopic "Straight Outta Compton" ignored the storied instances of alleged violence against women at the hands of N.W.A's most successful co-founder, Dr. Dre, the rapper-producer-mogul has issued a statement.
Well, it seems as though the noise surrounding the erasure of violence against women from Straight Outta Compton got loud enough for Dr. Dre to say something about it.
In light of his past acts of violence against women resurfacing, rapper and music mogul Dr. Dre has issued an apology to "the women I've hurt." [ more › ]