Sexual Harassment

TOP STORY

Sex Harassment Is Off-Topic for Egyptian Ramadan

Monday, June 30, 2014

Egypt has a new law against sex harassment that was flagrantly flouted days later in Tahrir Square. Yet, the topic will likely be unmentionable. "Talking about it is seen as offensive," says a safety activist in Cairo.

READ MORE >>>

MORE ON SEXUAL HARASSMENT

Now Is Moment for Egypt to Turn Sex Assault Tide
Assaults Underscore Egyptian Women's Shaky Status
Egyptians Patrol Tahrir Square for Mob Sex Assaults
Penn State Sanctions Too Little, But Good Start
Schools Just Don't Have 'Zero' Sex Harassment
Time to Count Street Harassment as Hostile Acts
Sex Crime Expert Asks Gore's Accuser: Why Now?
Polanski, Letterman Sheltered By Casting Couch
Stalking Case Could Expand Harassment Protections

LATEST WENEWS STORIES

Reproductive Health

'Lady Parts Justice' Pushes Election Awareness

Commentary

The Ray Rice Assault Can Be Our Turning Point

Arts

Sculptor Puts 'Terracotta Daughters' on Grand Tour

Our History

Josephine Herrick's Photo Legacy Comes Into View

Arts

'Fort Bliss' Tours Tough Life of a Soldier-Mom

Campaign Trail

Scotland Pushes Women to Fore of National Politics

War

Air Strikes on ISIS Worry Family of French Runaway

Crime Policy/Legislation

New Drug Law Tests Infants, Sends Moms to Jail

War

French Teen, 14, Deserts Family, Joins Islamic State

Women's enews events

Visit Our YouTube Channel

Visit Our Bookshelf