Here’s What We Can Do About Men Who Don’t Want to Mentor Women in the Era of #MeToo

Convincing them that their fears of false accusations are unrealistic requires a perfect storm of empathy, bribery and — silly as it may sound — a ‘safe space’ to discuss their fears openly

The Scourge of the ‘Didn’t Happen’ Dude

They live to tweet at women about how their experiences aren’t real

It’s Too Late for YouTube to Save Itself

If big tech wanted to effectively combat hate, it would have done so from the beginning. The damage is already done.

A Cultural History of the Celebrity Upskirt Shot

The invasion of privacy and lack of consent that characterized the upskirt shots of the 2000s was not a barrier to consumption — it was part of the appeal