A new report from the Institute for Policy Integrity, a nonpartisan think tank at the NYU School of Law, constructs a compelling economic argument for providing civil legal assistance to survivors of domestic violence.
A new study has found that women in abusive relationships are less likely to use birth control. When they do use contraception, abused women choose more discreet methods — IUDs, injections, or even sterilization — that they don’t have to disclose, and that their partners are unable to refuse, deny to them or sabotage.
We will never be rid of The Dress; it will dog our steps, invade our dreams and haunt our thinkpieces from now until Judgment Day. Now, the South African branch of the Salvation Army is using the non-existent white and gold version in a PSA against domestic violence.
Everybody strap in, because it's time for another round of your favorite game in the whole wide world: Is Fifty Shades Bad for Women? Fingers on the buzzer, kids!