Teen Vogue 3.15.16 | Polly Mosendz The statistics are troubling, but there’s hope. Between Kesha’s case against her producer, Dr. Luke, and the dozens of women who have accused Bill Cosby of rape, stories of sexual assault have been dominating the news cycle.
WTOP 3.3.16 | Megan Cloherty WASHINGTON — In a push to reduce sexual violence on campuses nationwide, a conference hosted at American University this weekend is teaming up with a high school to introduce the topic to teens. Some parents and students at Bethesda’s
The Washington Post 1.17.16 | Emma Brown Her eighth-grade classmate kept asking her to have sex in the bathroom. Tired of the badgering, she asked a teacher’s aide for help, and the aide outlined a plan: Lure the boy. Meet him in the
Washington Post 1.15.16 | Lindsey Bever University of Southern California administrators have apologized to students for including questions about their sexual histories in a mandatory training program for issues related to sexual violence. Campus Reform first reported on Tuesday that students were asked optional questions about their sexual
KQED 1.14.16 | Ana Tintocalis A new state law in effect this year requires all California public school students to take sex education beginning in seventh grade. Parents who don’t want their kids to learn about issues like body image, contraception and HIV
Attn: 12.16.15 | Taylor Bell A new, powerful video about sexual abuse and domestic violence is going viral. This public service announcement, created by Care Norway, is a five-minute video with a message for fathers, asking them to take responsibility to end a culture that
Senator Kristin Gillibrand 12.9.15 New Provisions Will Help Fund ‘Erin’s Law” Programs: Age-Appropriate Lessons for Students, Information for Parents and Guardians, & School Personnel on Recognizing and Reporting Sexual Abuse in States Across Country After 85-12 Vote, Education Bill Will Head to the
Counsel & Heal 11.23.15 | Kanika Gupta The face of sex education in many American high schools is changing rapidly to include the protocol of seeking a permission and giving consent during intimacy. "Yes means yes" is the standard affirmation that the people