Americas, Brazil, Human Rights, Opinion
Americas, Canada, USA, Human Rights, Opinion, World, Editor's Choice
We have all read about Harvey Weinstein’s not so secret preferences of forcing himself on women. We have also read a couple of #MeToo tweets about sexual harassment, and even though this campaign started as a consequence of the Weinstein’s crimes, it actually has a predecessor: #MeuPrimeiroAssedio – #MyFirstHarrassment.
Science & Tech, World
Oprah’s inspiring acceptance speech was met with enthusiastic applause at the 75th annual Golden Globes, where this year, celebrities dressed for a cause instead of red carpet trendiness. Donning their black gowns and #TimesUp pins as a public display of unity for sexual harassment survivors and allies, they roared in solidarity as Oprah powerfully boomed, “the time is up!” In the same week, however, 1500 miles away from the festivities, another young man became a convicted sex offender. This is the truth of sexual violence.
Human Rights, Opinion, World, Editor's Choice
Pedophilia is a sensitive subject. Naturally, people see pedophiles as dangerous sex predators better locked away. But is that really the best way to counteract the potential risk pedophiles pose to society?
Ghana, Human Rights, World, Editor's Choice
Sexual Harassment has become the prime topic. Since the Bill O’Reilly and Harvey Weinstein allegations broke, we have been constantly bombarded with new facts, victims, offenders, and allegations. What we are missing though is a cohesive picture of what Sexual Harassment is and that it isn’t a problem solely defined by gender.
Human Rights, World, Editor's Choice
As a woman, I can’t say that I feel safe all the time when walking by myself. Most of us have experienced worries about our safety, and sadly it’s a reality that we need to acknowledge because there are so many victims. Women’s safety is still a great concern around the globe.
There are hardly any women who have not been subject to sexual harassment in public transports all over the globe.