A local party official in Bangladesh’s Awami League has been arrested and expelled from the party for his alleged role in the rape.
Abortion In Italy Is Legal, But So Is A Doctor Refusing To Perform One. This Gynecologist Wants To Make Hospitals Safer For All Women.
Silvana Agatone says she’s regarded as an “evildoer” for trying to protect women’s access to safe and legal abortions.
A wall of silence surrounds the death of a key witness in a huge rape scandal.
India’s #MeToo movement has finally reached cinema — but unlike in Hollywood, the women leading the way aren't household names.
MJ Akbar has been accused of sexual misconduct by at least 20 women who worked under him while he was an editor at various publications.
M.J. Akbar was an editor with the Asian Age at the time the alleged harassment occurred.
Due process has failed Indian victims of sexual assault for years — and now they’re using social media to call out men.
“All women entering public life are targets,” one Iraqi activist told BuzzFeed News.
It Took 10 Years For Bollywood To Sit Up And Listen To A Sexual Assault Allegation Against One Of Its Own
Tanushree Dutta left Bollywood 10 years ago, blacklisted by the industry and traumatized by her assault. This week, she returned.
Tara Fares, reportedly the sixth-most followed person in Iraq, was shot dead at the wheel of her car.
But is India ready for the feminism of Sunny Leone?
India’s highest court struck down Section 377, the 157-year-old law that made gay sex illegal.
She swiped right because she liked his dog. But what happened that night became a viral #MeToo story.
India could repeal a colonial-era law that says sexual activity not involving heterosexual intercourse is "against the order of nature."
The woman's rape on a bus and subsequent death sparked huge protests, and had a massive impact on India's attitude toward sexual violence.
All Sushma Swaraj did was help a woman after she reached out to her on Twitter, but she's faced abuse online ever since.
Meesha Shafi has faced attacks upon her character and online threats since she accused Ali Zafar of abusing her.
Authorities claim they are taking measures to improve accessibility, but there's still a long way to go, a new report jointly authored by Human Rights Watch says.
Swara Bhaskar has come to expect rape and death threats. That doesn't mean she's going to stay silent.
The crew's captain says it's now up to India to "trust their girls enough to let them be free."