Rape

TOP STORY

'Yes Means Yes' Is All Wrong for Harvard

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Harvard Law students who say "affirmative consent" will make campuses safer from sex assault are off track. They should be doing everything they can to assert Title IX, the best law there is for victims of violence "on the basis of sex."

READ MORE >>>

MORE ON RAPE

'SOS Campus Act' Actually Won't Help Survivors
Calif. Campus Rape Bill Goes Beyond 'No Means No'
Harvard's Female Prez Shuts Down Meeting on Rape
George Will Argues Rape Confers Coveted Status
Victims of Serial Rapist Transform Oregon Law
Indian Courts Prop Door Open for Rape Survivors
Take It from Me: D.C. Rape Bill Needs More Muscle
An Open Letter to Woody Allen: Say 'I'm Sorry'
Delhi Rape Protests Focus on Policing the Police
Another Gang Rape in India Puts Focus on Survivors

LATEST WENEWS STORIES

Mental Health

Foster Care Grad: Nobody Is Supposed to Touch You

Rape

'Yes Means Yes' Is All Wrong for Harvard

Books

Self-Help Books Moved Views from Nurture to Nature

Arts

'Citizenfour' Here, Doubling Down on Spy Thrills

Commentary

Football Stokes Aggression, So Let's Stop Watching

MomAgenda

'Lights on Afterschool' Illuminates an Unmet Need

Religion

French Veil Ban Is Turning Muslim Women Off, Away

Women's enews events

Visit Our YouTube Channel

Visit Our Bookshelf