Abusers within the grace-focused sector of the church have long twisted scripture, emphasizing forgiveness as a way of bypassing consequences.
Meredith Watson said Fairfax’s attack was “premeditated and aggressive,” and calls for Fairfax to resign. This follows an accusation by Vanessa Tyson.
Sadly, the message we are witnessing this week from Virginia’s top leaders is that racism and possible sexual assault are better alternatives than bipartisanship.
In opposing judicial nominee Neomi Rao, Sen. Kamala Harris perpetrates the idea that women are helpless victims who need to be protected for their own good.
The Post’s standards seem to change based on whether or not the alleged perpetrator is a Democrat or a Republican. This is bad for us all.
John Legend tweeted that partaking in the documentary ‘Surviving R. Kelly’ was an ‘easy decision,’ and labeled Kelly a ‘serial child rapist.’ He was almost alone in going public.
To say Me Too uprooted the press and Hollywood is probably fair. But the earthquake sensed in newsrooms and boardrooms may be skewing the media’s coverage.
Women who diverge at all from progressive dogma don’t feel supported by the people professionally dedicated to the cause of sexual equality. That’s a problem.
Brett Kavanaugh might have had more trouble defending himself against sexual assault allegations had he followed Mike Pence’s line of thinking.
The ACLU’s denouncement of the new Title IX rules is a disappointing chapter in the history of a once-great defender of civil liberties for all.
Actress Priyanka Chopra’s upcoming nuptials to Nick Jonas have taken up a lot of column inches lately. To her bridal shower, she wore a dress designed by Harvey Weinstein’s estranged wife, and the Internet lost it.
If Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh is really a rapist and sexual assailant, as Democrats and media claimed, shouldn’t the story continue to be covered?
Grassley asked for an investigation into potential felonies committed by Swetnick and Avenatti in their accusation against Brett Kavanaugh.
Patricio Salazar’s actions remind us of the good a man can do when faced with a crisis, and how honor and strength still beat in the heart of humanity.
Can’t men be trusted to have some basic amount of self-control? And will implementing ‘the Pence Rule’ even stave off allegations?
Both our legal and moral traditions provide crucial principles to guide us in such cases, principles that obviously need revisiting. As a believer in the Bible, and an attorney, I submit seven brief thoughts.
In an interview with ABC News that airs on Friday, First Lady Melania Trump says women accusing men of sexual assault must have ‘hard evidence’ to prove their claim.
That Brett Kavanaugh has been confirmed isn’t a slap in the face of all survivors of assault. He isn’t confirmed because sexual assault doesn’t matter, or because Sen. Susan Collins is anti-woman.
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