Tarana Burke, founder of the Me Too movement, said it’s no coincidence that abortion rights and sexual violence are colliding as congressional Republicans try to ram through Brett Kavanaugh's nomination.
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The normalization of sexual assault perpetuates rape culture, and there are dangerous health consequences for victims, perpetrators, and for the public at large.
Given how the franchise made a remixed mess of a 2013 Trayvon Martin-inspired episode, I'm not counting on its producers to get it right.
As some defense attorneys have noted, the language of the probable cause affidavit for Amber Guyger’s manslaughter charge seems to have been carefully written to legally shield her, shunning typical procedures for arrest affidavits.
Christine Blasey Ford wants a fair and impartial investigation of her allegation that Brett Kavanaugh attempted to rape her. The GOP is refusing.
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