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We live in a culture of misogyny — and until things start to change, men like Mr. Weinstein will continue to have carte blanche over women's bodies.
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Celebrities read Emily Doe's victim impact statement on stage.
The 21-year-old left jail Friday after serving half his sentence for sexual assault.
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A campaign to recall Judge Aaron Persky launched after he issued a light sentence in the Brock Turner rape case.
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I understand that people feel like they need to pick the lesser of the evils in deciding who to vote for; we have all faced a vote like that a time or two in our voting lives. While I am not staunchly pro-Hillary, I have a serious problem with one of the current anti-Hillary arguments that are making the rounds.
In the days following a heart-breaking letter from the victim, Brock Turner, promising frat boy, now rapist, has had the public in an uproar over the disgustingly light sentence he received. It was bad enough that a judge was more worried about the life of a rapist than he was about the life of a victim, but Turner's father, Dan, made the world even more sick to their stomachs. In a statement to the court, Mr. Turner said that Brock would, "Never be his happy go lucky self with that easy going personality and welcoming smile," and that a heavy punishment would not match his son's "20 minutes of action."