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“To be slut shamed, one doesn’t have to be actually engaging in any kind of sexual behavior," Lindin said. "Just wearing
When Lindin was 11, she was branded a "slut" by her classmates and was bullied at school, after school and online. During all this, she kept a regular diary. Now a Harvard graduate pursuing her Ph.D. in California, Emily started The UnSlut Project by blogging her own middle school diaries.
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We can start with our own spheres of influence, whether at work, at school or among friends. How will you start the conversation among your friends? What strategies will you use to point out slut-shaming when you see it?
The new romantic comedy Obvious Child is about Donna, a young bawdy comedian who has a one-night-stand and becomes pregnant. Unprepared for parenthood emotionally or financially, she has an abortion at Planned Parenthood. Although Donna and her friends live and breathe four-letter words, there's one they never mention.
On April 7th, 2013, 17 year-old Rehtaeh Parsons died from suicide. It is long past time to effectively address sexual violence
The investigation into the alleged sexual assault on Rehtaeh Parsons was reopened Apr. 12, after police received new and
Halifax Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) spokesman Scott MacRae told the CBC that, although putting up posters may be
Rehtaeh Parsons' family claims they're being harassed by the supports of their daughter's rapists.
Anonymous was drawn into the case following an international outcry about Parsons' death on April 7. Police initially investigating
Public furor over the suicide of Rehtaeh Parsons, a Canadian teen who says she was raped by four boys in 2011 and then relentlessly cyberbullied, escalated this week as news spread of the young woman's death.
"We do not approve of vigilante justice as the media claims," the statement, which addresses the Nova Scotia RCMP, read. "That
"[The police] said that they would go talk to them and that [the boys] realized what they did was wrong, but [there was] nothing