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The Daily Tarheel 4.20.15 TO THE EDITOR: Last week two former students visited campus in a chilling reminder that the issue of sexual assault is not yet solved. Recounting their experiences in the documentary “The Hunting Ground,” former UNC students Andrea Pino and
UF News 3.31.15 The University of Florida on Thursday will launch an online survey of 12,000 students in an effort to gauge the overall mindset on campus regarding sexual assault and related behaviors. The Campus Climate Survey, which is voluntary and strictly confidential,
Stamford Advocate.com 3.26.15 | Ken Dixon Committee considers 'yes means yes' law HARTFORD -- Not saying "no" would not be enough. Connecticut college students would have to either say or imply "yes" during every stage of sexual intimacy under legislation approved Tuesday as
Petition: Applaud New "Yes Means Yes" Rape Investigation Guidelines Target: Alison Saunders, England and Wales Director of Public Prosecutions Goal: Applaud the establishment of new “yes means yes” guidelines for rape investigations. Police officers in England and Wales will receive new guidelines regarding handling
The New York Times Ross Douthat | February 5, 2015 By way of a parting thought on the political correctness debate, I’m going to quote from a 2011 argument from Brendan O’Neill, the editor of the British magazine Spiked, in which he talks both about
By Anna North | February 3, 2015 Kiko Huesca/European Pressphoto Agency The word “slut,” says Leora Tanenbaum, has changed. Once largely derogatory, she writes in her new book, “I Am Not a Slut: Slut-Shaming in the Age of the Internet,” the word has become
Elle.com 2.2.15 | By Sara Ashtaryeh "To end rape culture we must create a consent culture." Most parents who ask their kids about their middle school projects probably get an earful on dioramas of the planetary system or poster boards on Charlemagne―but not Tessa Hill's