Texas Gets It Right, First.

I was going through my articles that I read for additional information on certain topics and I saw this article from a couple of years ago concerning rape kit reform. Take a look, In June 2017, Texas became the first state in the nation to enact all of Joyful Heart’s six legislative pillars of comprehensiveContinue reading “Texas Gets It Right, First.”

What is affirmative consent, and how is USC combatting sexual violence?

Since the second-wave feminist movement of the 1960s, ’70s and ’80s to the debate over reproductive rights and the global phenomenon of #MeToo, a number of social and political factors have brought increased attention to issues of sexual violence and assault. Unfortunately, the problem endures: Today, it is estimated that 1 in 6 American womenContinue reading “What is affirmative consent, and how is USC combatting sexual violence?”

Expelled student facing more rape charges remains jailed

By Anthony Izaguirre | APJune 25 at 6:56 PM HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — A man who was allowed to remain enrolled at Marshall University despite being accused of raping a student will stay jailed after being expelled amid new sexual assault charges. A West Virginia circuit court judge on Tuesday ordered that Joseph Chase Hardin remain in custody followingContinue reading “Expelled student facing more rape charges remains jailed”

Watch your drinks in wake of drugging incidents at Davis bars – The Aggie

I was looking for articles for awareness on college assaults and just so happened to see this one, young woman be very careful when attending any event and putting your drink down. The Davis Police Department received three reports this past month of women, all of whom are UC Davis students, experiencing abnormal behavior likeContinue reading “Watch your drinks in wake of drugging incidents at Davis bars – The Aggie”