"My own mother didn't foster an upbringing that made women seem like loving people," says a man writing to advice columnist Cary Tennis. What follows brings up a whole host of difficult issues.
Dr Sonnet Ehlers recently returned with a new and improved design for the Rape-aXe (formally known as Rape-X), a rubber device designed to catch a rapist's dick in its Velcro-like network of hooks. This has, naturally, spawned some debate.
Roman Polanski's wife Emmanuelle Seigner chalks her husband's rape of a 13-year-old girl up to a "crazy time." It's a terrible excuse — but I can't bring myself to hate her.
Here's a question, prompted by Saturday Night Live: Why is it okay to mock a situation that may or may not have involved domestic violence, but not okay to have a serious discussion about it?
Chris Brown is really sorry for "what went down" with Rihanna, you guys. He's so sorry that he spent the majority of his 20/20 undermining her statements on the incident while promoting himself for the swell guy he really is.
With a blonde protagonist in a hated profession in a despised industry, the Internet, and the motivation of jealousy, it's no wonder the Ali Wise scandal — for which the ex-publicist is now facing felony charges — has commanded attention.
Yesterday, we posted about Melanie Oudin, the 17-year-old tennis player who has been deemed the "savior of tennis" and "America's sweetheart," but several commenters brought up a valid point: why her, and why now?
I tuned in to the new show Tosh.0, which is essentially The Soup with internet clips instead of television clips, and was turned off when they insisted on replaying a clip wherein a man smacks his wife—hard.
18-year-old Catheline Marie Colon has been charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon after stabbing her boyfriend, Shawn Andrews, 19, with a steak knife after he reportedly refused to let her have a Pop-Tart.
Shakesville's Melissa McEwan has a great piece about the television series Law & Order: SVU. She concludes that the negative aspects of the show greatly outweigh the positives. I'm not so sure.
About a month ago, Dodai posed some big questions regarding Rihanna and Chris Brown's relationship. And now that reports are swirling that Rihanna has, indeed, gotten back together with Brown, more questions have come up.
The news that Muzzammil Hassan decapitated his wife Aasiya Hassan left far too many people dropping the words "honor killing" and intimating that his crime was somehow prompted by his religion.
A reader tipped us to this Chicago Tribune article, wherein teenage girls claim that not only are they not surprised by the violent attack Rihanna has suffered, but they actually blame her for her injuries.
Leslie Morgan Steiner's memoir details how she was assaulted 20 times before leaving her abusive marriage. In a Q&A with Newsweek she says: "I thought it only happened to poor women with children and without options."
Sometime last week, Aasiya Hassan, 37, filed for divorce. Several days later, she was dead. On Thursday, her husband, Muzzammil Hassan, went to the police and told them where they could find the body.