But the mayoral candidate doesn’t mention ways to help the Tennessee woman who killed her sexual assaulter at 16 and got a life sentence.
The artist revisits the ongoing horrors of the 1994 Rwandan genocide.
Advice for a victim of sexual abuse and rape. Plus: Help, I snooped and discovered what I most feared!
Too often self-care is discussed as a private act—let’s consider the power of making it public.
Condemn the attack, but also understand the roots of black anger and violence done in Trump’s name.
When motorists kill people they need to be held accountable.
Dan Savage tackles forcible consensual fucking. Plus: another case of DTMFA and a stirring defense from a Dan fan
Also, a University of Chicago professor is out over alleged sexual misconduct, and DePaul’s law school cancels a Trump Tower event.
A survivor has constructed a decision-making tool to help others figure it out.
Both Aimee Levitt’s recent cover story on rape and Stephanie Andersen’s take on adoption let readers draw their own conclusions. And that’s a good thing.
How a band of student activists convinced the U. of C. to rethink rape on campus.
Even if she’s wrong, let’s not muzzle Mary Mitchell—conversations change minds. Censorship doesn’t.
Unwilling sex at gunpoint is rape—no matter who the victim is.
Dan tells us what he would do if faced with a lifetime of lousy sex, and offers tips on how to reignite a sex life without killing your husband.
Dan Savage on whether marriage puts a trans man off limits and other quandaries