And how we can do better.
“You don’t know me, but you’ve been inside me, and that’s why we’re here today.”—victim’s statement read aloud at Brock Turner’s sentencing.
For all the men who give humanity a bad name, there are good men and dads who renew our faith.
Let’s talk about rape culture—and second chances.
Father of three, Michael Sutherland, pens a letter to Brock Turner’s father.
Alyssa Royse is outraged that Brock Turner was convicted of violently raping an incapacitated woman, but his father, Dan, thinks his loss of appetite is enough punishment. Here is her advice to dad.
Because one vile act against another human being is one too many and we don’t get a do-over when we do unspeakable things.
Katherine Fritz cannot comprehend Judge Persky’s statement that convicted rapist Brock Turner “will not be a danger to others.” The power of privilege is a danger to us all.
Where does prejudice end and personal insight begin? Sarah Fader breaks down the microaggression (with a side of wings).
We must teach our boys about the value of women outside of their bodies and the bedroom.