“After Scarlett Mansfield collated 200 accounts of sexual harassment, inspectors put her former school on notice. Could it be the first of many?”
The inside story of author Blake Bailey’s grooming of middle-school girls.
How an HIV specialist in Germany is using media law to erase reporting of sexual abuse allegations against him.
Emily Ratajkowski writes an essay on celebrity, objectification, and consent. “I’ve become more familiar with seeing myself through the paparazzi’s lenses than I am with looking at myself in the mirror. And I have learned that my image, my reflection, is not my own.”
A reporter covering the protests in Portland reflects on fear and trauma, police violence, and her voice as a journalist.
Journalist Karina Brown, who’s covering the protests in Portland, writes a personal essay on trauma, sexual assault, and police violence.
Cancel culture suggests we can change the world from the outside in, but the misogyny and racism are coming from inside the house.
Elizabeth Logan Harris recalls an incident in ’70s-era Radio City Music Hall when unwanted attention to her teenage body put her in league with her father.
Nina MacLaughlin discusses her retelling of Ovid’s Metamorphoses. “[In] my very vague high school memories…there was no discussion of the fact that this book is just rape after rape after rape.”
Rebecca Traister asks how NBC can possibly change its misogynist culture if it keeps the same bad actors at the top.