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Sexual assault news and analysis from The Nation
April 2, 2020
Domestic Violence and Coronavirus: Hell Behind Closed Doors
It is up to us to raise money, space, and resources for survivors of domestic violence.
March 2, 2020
The Abortion Doctor and His Accuser
What does it mean to take women’s claims of sexual assault seriously?
February 25, 2020
Hong Kong Is Still Waiting for Its Feminist Uprising
Women and girls in the ongoing protest movement are up against a deeply unequal society.
February 20, 2020
Why Harvey Weinstein Might Walk
Our reporter offers a view from the public line at the Weinstein trial.
January 29, 2020
Tennessee’s Chemical Castration Bill Shows Local Republicans Have One Thing on Their Minds
“It's a return, if you will, to the dark ages,” one civil rights advocate says.
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January 28, 2020
Kobe Bryant: America’s Imperfect Icon
Remembering Kobe’s greatness isn’t incompatible with acknowledging his flaws.
Aaron Ross Coleman
January 24, 2020
These Students Are Bringing Transformative Justice to Their Campus
A first in the country and built from the ground up by students, Brown University’s Transformative Justice Program addresses harm on campus without relying on the punitive legal system.
December 31, 2019
#MeToo Made Me Reconsider My Wartime Affair
Was it love? A search for validation and empowerment? Or was he taking advantage?
November 18, 2019
Jeffrey Epstein Isn’t Going Away
In the absence of a full reckoning, conspiracy theories about Epstein fester and allow the far right to exploit the popular mistrust of elites.
October 3, 2019
A Sexual Assault Memoir Women Deserve
Chanel Miller’s brilliant account of her assault by Stanford swimmer Brock Turner questions the way we treat sexual assault—and sex itself.