With many UK universities failing to take sufficient action over sexual assault, students are finding ways to talk about their experiences and warn others about predators.
Why has there been a failure among some leftist groups to look inwards at the cultures they may be perpetrating?
Liberated by anonymity, students across the country are sharing stories of sexual assault online – but how effective are these spaces in helping survivors overcome their trauma and addressing systemic misogyny?
LGBTQ+ people are more likely to experience sexual violence, but the topic seldom receives mainstream coverage. It's time we discussed the issue with the nuance it deserves, argues writer Jake Hall.
Last week, BodyCount, a campaign group of five south London teens, hacked the government's official site to fix its policy on sexual violence in schools – they explain why.
From the Brett Kavanaugh scandal to the Belfast rugby trial: The routine disbelief aimed at women is shocking, and shows what society really thinks of us.
With her brutally upfront new album, EXORCISM, the Swedish musician tackles her experiences with sexual assault – using music and songwriting as a cathartic tool.
From late night drinking to Parliamentary whips keen to dig up dirt, there’s a culture in Westminster that allows sexual assault to go unchecked.
It’s taken years for Harvey Weinstein’s victims to come forward with their stories of sexual assault. But that shouldn’t come as a shock. The problem is pervasive, says Abi Wilkinson. And she speaks from experience.
A worrying precedent is set in the viral TED Talk and upcoming book starring a survivor of rape and the man who abused her. Liv Wynter explains her issue with the idea of a 'Good' and 'Bad' survivor.