An anonymous whistleblower describes the cumulative effect of sexual harassment in academia.
Myriam Gurba maps her sexual miseducation in California schools, homes, and medical offices.
An historian's witness statement poignantly chronicles the aftermath of sexual assault.
From “Bad Art Friend” to the Miya Marcano murder to reports of femicide, writers shy away from a crucial word: stalking.
The Petito case challenges us to consider how we language romantic harm. Domestic violence seldom stays at home.
Through personal narrative, journalist, survivor, and activist Shiori Ito examines rape culture in Japan.
I was embarrassed to admit I'd been sexually assaulted. It hadn’t really been anything, but it had been giving me nightmares, his lips forming the words, “Your mouth is saying no, but your body is saying yes.” I was someone who was very comfortable, very open, about her sexuality and having sex. Why would the way he acted make my skin crawl for so long after he did it?