R. Kelly arrives at the 41st American Music Awards in 2013.
"You have to ask for food. You have to ask to go use the bathroom."
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A third alleged victim came forward.
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The festival is in response to reported rapes at other events.
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He is also accused of sexual assault in Ontario.
If all genders are not on board with the concept that consensual sexual activity is enjoyable and fulfilling, we will not make any headway.
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It's time for serious introspection among those who watched, liked and retweeted images of women which were captured and shared without their consent.
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As a victim, as a woman who was not believed, as someone who has had to live with the trauma of being abused for the better part of a decade, I really feel for Camille Cosby right now. What horror would she have to face in admitting that 59 women can't be wrong?
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Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould says the proposed legislation would "modernize" several Criminal Code provisions.
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The complainant left the hotel room and texted a friend about the alleged sexual assault.
The previous government ushered in legislation that opened the door to allowing the RCMP to create such a database.
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"It's a courageous and strong act by the woman.''
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Police are looking for four young men.
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There are far too many misconceptions.
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Young women are especially pessimistic.
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"I knew that it was wrong, I knew that I did not want it. I did not seek it out."
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Everyone needs to know about this.
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Canadians were angry after the judge acquitted a cab driver of sexual assault.
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"I feel they teach girls to cover their selves but they don’t teach boys to respect women."
Bill 87 will make ordinary physicians afraid. Any clinical exam, any touch can be interpreted as sexual abuse. Tell me: how will I examine a breast lump? A groin hernia? A heart murmur? If Bill 87 passes unchanged, its intrusive, scorched-earth philosophy will create a paralyzing culture of fear in medicine.
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I'm 40 now, and have supposedly already successfully processed through this stuff. And it STILL triggered me, so I can't imagine how an adolescent with a mental illness would feel while watching this series. Bottom line, if you intend to watch the series, watch it with a friend or better yet, an adult you trust.
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"For those interested, here is something I'm working on..."
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The force says sexual assault survivors may not report out of fear they won't be believed.
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"Look at all the young girls, this is a felony waiting to happen." That was the "joke" that Russell Peters used to open up the 2017 Junos on Sunday, an award show that had already been marred by a second consecutive year of the #JunosSoMale debate over gender-imbalanced nominees. Peters then proceeded to reduce Canada's heritage minister, the Honourable Mélanie Joly, to being "hot." The show went on, but anger over Peters has continued to build as have the usual defenders crying about how it was just a joke. So let's unpack that.
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The confessional is part of a week-long offering of events at the University of Regina by Man Up Against Violence.
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"My quest for peace, change and forgiveness is constant. 'Cause the minute I give up — they win."
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"I'm sick of reading about them in the news."
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Leitch calls it a “common sense policy” to “strengthen the rights of women.”
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"Those most eager to vilify Mr. Al-Rawi seem to be the least eager to gather accurate information.''
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HALIFAX — There is growing anger over the acquittal of a Halifax taxi driver charged with sexually assaulting a young woman in his cab, with calls for the judge behind the decision to be removed from...
What happened in Halifax is but an example of what's wrong with our criminal justice system - it turns "sexual assault" into "sex" and debates consent the entire trial while not once stopping to ask, "Does it make sense to anyone that this woman, in this state, would consent to having sex with anyone, let alone a total stranger?" Judge Gregory Lenehan believed it made sense and, in essence, gave consent on a young woman's behalf to something she doesn't even remember.