Kim Jenner, 27, waived her anonymity to reveal that a smear test she had following her rape identified pre-cancerous cells which needed treatment.
Aaron has continuously used Twitter to speak out and make various claims about his family members since his brother Nick and sister Angel filed a restraining order against him.
The state Supreme Court accepted the resignation of Judge James Troiano and mandated new training for all New Jersey judges.
As Swedish authorities reopen their investigation into a rape allegation made against Julian Assange, Pamela Anderson is speaking out on his behalf.
Two female JetBlue crew members claim they and a third women were drugged by two pilots for the airline, one of whom allegedly raped them.
An 18-year-old man has been arrested for the alleged rape of a 15-year-old girl while he paused his video game but left his console microphone on.
This time he admitted to the crime, but presented evidence that he was suffering from sexsomnia and argued that he was sleeping when he raped the woman. The Ontario Court of Appeal granted him a new trial, which began in April 2017. On Monday, a Brockville judge will decide if the original conviction should stand or if Hartman is not criminally responsible because of a sleep disorder.
In addition to her stunning accusations, it was notable how much time Julie Swetnick spent portraying herself as credible.
"Top Chef" judge, author, and activist Padma Lakshmi penned an op-ed for the New York Times about being raped when she was 16 and not telling anyone.
In the wake of an offensive #MeToo joke during the Miss Massachusetts competition, two contestants weigh in on what's at stake.
There is controversy surrounding the "scenic spot" on Stanford's campus, built at the site where Brock Turner sexually assaulted an unconscious woman.
A new study reveals that some men perceive a woman’s interest in them as consent for sex, misinterpreting a woman’s sexual intentions.
Through the efforts of a Stanford law professor, the site of a traumatic 2015 assault is now a reflective space that avoids serving as a trigger but still testifies to what happened there.
“If I had asked you to cover your body which is much more precious than the iPad, would you have readily agreed?” a father asks his daughter. “Indecent dressing and exposure of your body reduces your value and respect.”
So much about James Comey's testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee about his communications with President Trump seem like completely uncharted territory in politics. But as the former FBI director revealed more details of what happened before he was fired last month, some came up with an unexpected analogy for the situation: that it had vibes similar to a post-date-rape discussion.
Sexual assault wasn’t even something on my radar because it had never been talked about, especially by my school. All I was taught was that a sexual encounter was a sexual encounter — I had no way of distinguishing between consensual sex and rape.
Thordis Elva reunites with Tom Stranger, who raped her when both were in their teens, to share their mutual experience. The pair stood onstage at a recent TED Talk to share their experience, which will be recounted in their upcoming book, South of Forgiveness.
Trigger warning: This article addresses rape, sexual assault and sexual violence and contains extremely sensitive material.In a series of heartbreaking confessions on anonymous confession website Whisper, several women open up about how they they reacted when they became pregnant by their rapists.Many of the women were teenagers when the assaults took place; some opted for abortions and others say they were “happy” to experience miscarriages. Others have decided to keep their babies, with one admitting that her child is the best thing that has ever happened to her, and another admitting that it “frightens her” that her son looks like her rapist. Others lost the support of family and friends after making their powerful decisions.Click through the gallery to see some of their harrowing confessions.Let us know what you think by tweeting @YahooStyleCA.
Alice Brine, a New Zealand based comedian, hit the nail on the head in a recent Facebook post. Then she brings up the all-too-classic ‘asking for it’ idea: “You should have seen how he was dressed at the club, expensive shirts and shoes.