The True Meaning of ConsentConsent condoms were intended to start a dialogue about consensual sex, but they end up trivializing the issue instead.
Take Back the Night Illuminates Stories of Sexual Assault SurvivorsWednesday's Take Back the Night event provided a platform for survivors of sexual assault to be heard and raise awareness within the university community.
CARE Week Provides Resources and Education Regarding Sexual AssaultSponsored by the Boston College Women's Center, CARE week focuses on raising awareness about sexual assault and rape.
The Costs of Getting Caught: Sexual Assault in the MediaIn the wake of a flood of public sexual assault allegations, dialogue should focus on reforming the culture rather than shaming the perpetrators.
Authentic Eagles: Samantha Costanza On Reclaiming Yourself"This story is not about him, nor has it ever been. This is my story, and I am the damsel, the sidekick, and the hero."
CARE Week Is Back, and It's Expanding the ConversationTogether with the Women's Center, this year's CARE Week is dropping its old acronym for a whole new mission and scope to promote intersectionality.
Opinion: Social Media Can Spark Social Injustice DiscussionSilverman’s controversial retweet about "rape prevention tips for men" proves the momentous impact social media may have on discussing social issues.
The Price of Domestic AbuseA study reveals the short and long-term financial burdens on victims of domestic abuse.
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