Rape Culture

This verdict is empowering but won't fix a broken system.
The longtime advice columnist blamed her firing on the president, who she said "dragged me through the mud."
The paper was criticized by its own media critic and guild for suspending reporter Felicia Sonmez after she tweeted about Bryant's rape case.
She says the former Hollywood producer raped her in the early 1990s.
“The rapist is you. It’s the cops. The judges. The state. The president,” chanted the protesters performing an anti-rape anthem by Chilean feminist group LasTesis.
Last summer, the columnist accused Trump of raping her in a department store dressing room in the 1990s. He responded by saying he'd never even met her.
Former Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin pardoned a child rapist, who was also convicted of sodomy and child sex abuse.
The bipartisan bill encourages states to give victims of sexual violence the same protections they’re currently afforded under federal law.
Before the law was passed, North Carolina was the only state in the U.S. where it wasn't considered a crime to rape a person who willingly drank alcohol.
Nevils' complaint that Lauer raped her in 2014 led to his firing as host of NBC's "Today" show.
Details of the alleged 2014 incident, including the accuser's identity, were revealed in excerpts from Ronan Farrow's book "Catch and Kill."
Miller's case was a news and social media circus. Now she's reclaiming the narrative.
"I couldn’t believe that even royalty was involved," Virginia Roberts Giuffre said in an NBC interview.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) signed a bill into law on Wednesday extending the statute of limitations for survivors of second- and third-degree rape.
It happened at age 15 on average and the man was often several years older, researchers said.
“Lyft has continuously ignored and dismissed the stories of victims like me,” Alison Turkos said of her assault.
In a lawsuit, Britney Taylor alleges that the NFL player sexually assaulted her in three separate incidents.
Chanel Miller, known only as Emily Doe for years, read her emotional impact statement in a teaser for her first public interview on “60 Minutes.”
"They're getting away with rape," the accuser's attorney said.
Mateen Cleaves was acquitted of raping a woman last week, but video evidence shows him pulling his accuser back into his room.