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Sexual Harassment news and analysis from The Nation
May 2, 2022
Me Too and the Not Me Novel
Julia May Jonas’s new novel is a study of a campus scandal and a woman caught in the middle of it.
April 1, 2022
It’s Time to End Forced Arbitration Completely
Congress essentially admitted that forced arbitration is a corrupt practice—but only banned it in one area.
March 15, 2022
Truth, Light, and the Origins of the Fight Against Sexual Assault on College Campuses
How a cohort of young feminists organized, agitated, and turned to Title IX to stop rape and sexual harassment on colleges 45 years ago.
February 28, 2022
The Vindication of Stormy Daniels
She was telling the truth all along. So why did she fail in a court of law?
February 18, 2022
McDonald’s Hasn’t Taken Promised Action on Sexual Harassment
After a barrage of lawsuits and bad press, the fast-food giant committed to a major new effort to end sexual harassment at its stores. But there’s no sign it’s implemented any real changes.
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October 29, 2021
Should Andrew Cuomo Go To Jail for “Forcible Touching”?
Why not ask the 21 men—mostly Black or brown—currently locked up for the same crime?
October 11, 2021
The Long Shadow of Anita Hill’s Testimony
Three decades after Anita Hill brought sexual harassment allegations against Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas, Black women are still waiting for justice.
October 8, 2021
Crisis in the National Women’s Soccer League: A Story of Predation and Power
The systemic failure of the NWSL would have remained hidden if not for the courage of Mana Shim and Sinead Farrelly and the solidarity of the league’s players.
October 5, 2021
The Expansive Feminism of Jacqueline Rose
Rose’s latest book,
On Violence and On Violence Against Women
, is a rigorous and capacious study of contemporary gender politics and solidarity.
September 6, 2021
How Andrew Cuomo Hurt Men, Too
His abuses targeted women and men—the latter more insidiously.