"You're not talking about rape correctly." That seems to be the view of many in the NY Times story about "Game of Thrones'" treatment of rape. The HBO series has featured innumerable murders, killings of all
Whew! Sexual-based stigma is a whole lot bigger than SF ever thought it could be. Sure, gays get their share of the hate and we all call that homophobia. Women get their second-class treatment and we call that misogyny. These are real problem behaviors that cause genuine suffering by promoting discrimination. SF has no desire to minimize them or to suggest that we should stop
According to the FBI, crime in America is down. More people doing the right thing and that's a good, mmm, thing. But then there's the Dark Web. If you think it sounds a bit creepy you're not alone.
Putin dissed Clinton recently. Not such a newsworthy diss actually, not even as bad as the (Caution: completely vulgar!) UnNews about Putin. Putin's words were nothing for the Clintons who, through long years of taking personal attacks must surely
Consent. In this one little word lies the difference between our thinking of women as (1) chattel, property to be owned as opposed to (2) humans equal to men and their potential partners in life. The "killer app" of the 21st century, to reference Niall Ferguson, author of "The West a
Rape in India, as in America, seems to be a question of legitimate rape...or not. Two young girls, ages 14 and 15, stepped out in a field at night on May 27th to relieve themselves (a common practice in India) where they were sexually assaulted. The next day their bodies were found hanging from the branches