College campuses are grappling with the challenging issue of whether and how to be informed of an applicants's criminal history. While some universities feel that students deserve second chances, others don't necessarily want these individuals on their campuses.
AMERICAN MEN THINK 44 PERCENT OF WOMEN HAVE BEEN SEXUALLY HARASSED. IT’S ACTUALLY NEARLY DOUBLE THAT
In light of the #MeToo movement, there seems to be a growing awareness by men of the extent to which women endure and have been victims of sexual harassment and assault during their lifetime. Nevertheless, when polled, men's estimate of the percent of women who have fallen victim pales tremendously to the actual numbers. Read [...]
US Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos's rewrite of Title IX guidance with respect to sexual assault and harassment is highly controversial. Her revision makes it more difficult for survivors to pursue justice while giving more protection to potential perpetrators. Read More
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.