Accusations against author Junot Diaz are pouring in, but not all allegations are equal.
The bill is called the Curbing Realistic Exploitative Electronic Pedophilic Robots, or CREEPER, Act. Of course.
There's just no evidence about sex robots period, because at present they don't really exist. But that hasn't stopped folks from freaking out...
With the D.C. primary approaching, candidates are quizzed on a bill that would decriminalize prostitution in the district.
The House Criminal Justice Committee just voted unanimously in favor of a bill to ban sexting by anyone under age 19.
The distance traveled from 2008's "I Kissed a Girl" to today's "Girls" can't be measured in years alone.
Why can't we liberated moderns?
The Delaware Criminal Justice Council found it difficult to "justify the resources that have been expend on so few" participants with such a "low rate of success."
"Of course the voices of actual sex workers are nowhere to be found," says brothel worker and PhD student Christina Parreira.
The HBO series turns Facebook and Twitter into a theme park filled with sex, violence, and robots.
The federal charges against Mack highlight how human trafficking hysteria harms vulnerable women.
Heightened vigilance about sexual harassment has ushered in overdue changes and overreactions.
The White Slavery Panic of the late 19th/early 20th centuries caused Congress to pass the vaguely-worded Mann Act. It allowed the FBI and prosecutors broad discretion to go after individuals they didn’t like.
Backpage CEO Carl Ferrer turned over the company and seven other executives in exchange for leniency.
Journalist Cathy Young faces off against sociologist Michael Kimmel—with opening standup from comedian Dave Smith.
Everett, Washington, continues to wage war against scantily clad "bikini baristas."
The great content crackdown has begun.
On Monday, March 19 in New York, Cathy Young and Michael Kimmel will debate whether campuses are unsafe for women. Buy tickets today or watch live!