The first time, Luz Mireya Zamora was raped. The second, she nearly drowned. In order to live in the United States legally, she had to leave her family and attempt to cross the border once more.
The Alabama Senate approved a measure on Tuesday that would outlaw almost all abortions in the state, setting up a direct challenge to Roe v. Wade, the case that recognized a woman’s constitutional right to end a pregnancy.
Women who were previously a part of the Thai yoga community of Agama tell their stories about Swami Vivekananda Saraswati.
"ProJared" Knabenbauer, a gamer with 838 thousand YouTube followers, was accused by his elf-cosplaying wife of having an affair. Then even more disturbing allegations came rolling in.
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He made a name defending the Catholic Church from accusations of sexual abuse. A jury just found he was abusing children
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Attorney Gloria Allred is representing Gary Dennis, who found the tape. Authorities in New York declined to comment.
Mental health experts say Kelly's defense on "CBS This Morning" includes denial and manipulation tactics commonly employed by abusers.
Stories about voice actor Vic Mignogna have been circulating online for over a decade, but the latest round of accusations started surfacing around mid-January of this year. io9 spoke with more than 25 voice actors, cosplayers, industry professionals, convention employees and former fans about their experiences with Mignogna.
As the internet has changed with the addition of social media, influencer culture, YouTube, Twitch and a multibillion-dollar online gaming industry, so has the nature of online predation.
Was our affection a result of their unparalleled talent or of our repeated exposure, of their limitless opportunities for consideration?
According to a senior law-enforcement official, the tape shows Kelly sexually assaulting an underage girl.
Everything about date rape drug tests — from the way they are performed to how the results are interpreted — is deeply unreliable. So why does the legal system treat them like gospel? A BuzzFeed News investigation.
Several women say Adams offered to jumpstart their music careers, then pursued them sexually and in some cases retaliated when they spurned him. He denies the claims.
"There were times I felt really upset and humiliated and embarrassed, and ultimately I just felt terrible this person felt this way," he said.
As a boy, Tom Yarwood was assaulted by his musical mentor. Decades on, telling the story has not become any easier.
Last year, #MeToo began an uneasy journey in China, in fits and starts, again a backdrop of censorship and repression. Now a lawsuit born from that movement will be the testing ground for women who challenge sexual harassment in China.
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