Just a text away: ‘Sextortion’ cases skyrocket as smartphone access increases among children

Sextortion cases are on the rise. Predators have accessibility to young prey because kids can be reached online through the use of their phones. Parental dialogues can be the most effective safeguard in protecting children against sexual online predators. Read More

That lawmaker who used his ex-girlfriend’s nude pics to catfish guys on Instagram just resigned

Republican lawmaker Nick Sauer resigned after it was discovered that he used nude picture of his ex-girlfriend  to catfish other men into having sexually graphic conversations online.

For All the Dudes Terrified of #MeToo Have Y’All Actually Learned Anything from It?

The #MeToo movement has the capacity to do much more than instill fear in men who may ponder a past partner's willingness to participate in sexual activity. Rather, the #MeToo movement should inspire all of us to take personal accountability of our own actions and redefine the ways and language with which we enter sexual [...]

‘Death by a thousand cuts’: How minor incidents of harassment create toxic environments for women

Sexually charged work environments like the entertainment industry has long made toxicity the norm. Whether you have been a victim of a sexual assault or the victim of repeated verbal harassment, the overall effect can be very similar: emotionally scarring.

Karamo Brown reveals he’s been sexually harassed by women

Gay actor Karamo Brown relays his experiences with being sexually harassed by heterosexual women. He also shares his response in bringing unwanted and inappropriate advances to a halt. Read More

What to Do if You See Someone Being Sexually Harassed or Assaulted

It is not enough to not be a perpetrator of sexual harassment. Being a bystander or witness to inappropriate behavior warrants respectful action. If you see someone being harassed, become an advocate for the victim. This article will tell you how.

‘What Would You Do?’ focuses on the ‘Me Too’ movement

ABC's show "What Would You Do" shows how people respond when they witness sexual harassment in the workplace. Would you speak up if you saw a customer making inappropriate sexual advances to a waitress? Would you want your teen to intervene?

3 Tips for Talking to Your Son About Sexual Harassment

In the #MeToo era, parents are conflicted with defending their sons when accused of sexual harassment and holding them accountable for their actions. Tips to talking candidly about sexual harassment involve teaching them about enthusiastic consent, honoring their own privilege and setting healthy boundaries.

Sexual harassment is about power. Why not fight it as we do bullying?

Sexual harassment is less about sex than it is about yielding power by a bully over a powerless victim. Read More

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