By now, I'm sure you've read about it, watched it or seen it on your local news. Toronto reporter from CityNews Shauna Hunt was interviewing a gaggle of soccer bros outside a Toronto FC game, when some particular hooligans decided to take things one step further and hurl some sexually explicit remarks on TV.Read Full Story
When it comes to technology, we have many things to be thankful for. Sports bras for one. For another, awesome spandex running tights that give a little compression. Velcro. Zippers. But a bra that only unclasps when you are experiencing feelings of "true love" is not one of them.Read Full Story
Though April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, being more aware for a month isn't enough. Perhaps one day, sexual assault will get as much attention as the well-deserved issues of breast cancer, AIDS and autism. One day, the shame and stigma of talking about something so common will be removed, so that we can get stronger sentences for offenders and more services for survivors and secondary survivors, struggling to put their lives back together. Sexual assault knows no boundaries. It can happen to you. And if it does, here is what to do if you’re sexually abused.Read Full Story
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