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The Criminalization of Rape Victims

by Guest Blogger: Salamishah Tillet Last week, the Nebraska Supreme Court upheld a decision that a woman from Kansas could be sent to jail if she refused to testify against the man she accused of sexual assault. The 24-year-old woman initially filed charges…

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Women’s Freedom From Violence in Jeopardy!

The U.S. House of Representatives is expected to vote as early as TODAY on the Adams version of the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act, also known as VAWA, (H.R. 4970). This bill not only eliminates important provisions included in the…

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Does Drivers’ Ed Undermine Parental Rights?

Wouldn’t that be a silly headline and a ridiculous debate?  And yet, we have the same debate about sexuality education.  In an opinion piece published in the New York Times, Robert P. George and Melissa Moschella took the position that a new…

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Two stories about gender inequality

Two stories about gender and children caught my eye, over the last couple days. They are not at all connected to each other, but the more I thought about them, the more I realized that they illustrate very different responses…

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US House gives tacit approval to child rape

Women's eNews had an article today about how US lawmakers are trying to stop a child-marriage bill.  The bill carries a (relatively) small cost and the money has already been allocated to fund the work over the next five years.…

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Sexuality educators set the record straight:

Talking about sexuality does not increase sexually transmitted infections, despite what non-experts report.Contact: 
Megan AndellouxHiOhMegan@gmail.com 401-345-8685 
Contact: Aida ManduleyAida_manduley@brown.edu 787-233-0025In yet another attempt to shut down access to quality sex education, South-Eastern New England conservative advocates hit the sex panic…

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