'He could have waited to screw me until after my MA defense.'
Men were raping women long before the sexual revolution. Rapists got away with their crimes with the law's blessing.
Silicon Valley's 'Female Problem' was well-known long before the #MeToo movement. But emails obtained by Newsweek reveal another sordid corner of the tech sector's treatment of women.
'We also need a full investigation into the $17 million and what has been paid to victims.'
It's impossible to hold powerful people, institutions, and organizations accountable without massive legal change.
The youngest victim in a recent raid was an infant who, along with her 3-year old sister, was due to be sold for $600.
The arguments of AIDS activists and experts for blanket decriminalization of the sex trade is simple but horrendously flawed.
Sex work has been criminalized for decades, but a government-backed plan could see policies loosened.
Miami is a hotbed of sex trafficking, according to the federal Department of Justice.
Critics say Brazil is masking, not solving, problems of homelessness, poverty, drug abuse and prostitution to present a 'happy' image.
A campaign group estimates there may be more than 3 million sex workers in the country.
Authorities are targeting prostitutes and their clients in the East African country.
The National Human Trafficking Resource Center says 979 human trafficking cases were reported in California in 2015.
This is the ninth time the FBI has conducted Operation Cross Country, during which 150 pimps and other individuals were arrested.
Rentboy.com CEO Jeffrey Hurant and the employees were charged in a criminal complaint filed in federal court in Brooklyn, New York.
The house voted in favour of reinstating fines and prison sentences for sex workers.