Gennadij Raivich has been bailed out of jail on what is called "sexual assault by penetration." He is said to have fathered 49 children through sperm donation.
No one likes going to the doctor, even if it's just for a check-up. There's always the tiny fear that they'll find something wrong with you or tell you something you don't want to hear. But the one thing you can count on when you're a patient is that doctors are trustworthy and have your best interests in mind. Or do they?
NEW ORLEANS -- The Alabama man accused of committing sexual battery on an unconscious LSU fan after the BCS championship football game is being sued.
If ever there were a bad week to be John Travolta, this seems to be it. For those of you catching up, let's bring you up to speed: three separate men have come forward to make sexual assault claims against the actor. Ouch!
John Travolta is being sued by a masseur for alleged sexual assault. From what was 'bouncing' to personal-grooming descriptions, Anna Klassen pored through the lawsuit to find the 13 most salacious passages.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Dan Savage's new MTV show "Savage U" premiered last night. Italian "Vogue" editor talks eating disorders. One woman, two men. 10 reasons to date the boy you grew up with. 6 places to have sex around the house.
Senate Democrats appear to be setting up a fight with the GOP over extending the Violence Against Women Act. Republicans wary about being branded anti-woman object to the inclusion of gays and illegals, and say the Dems are trying to score political points.
I’m 32 and I don’t know if I have ever fully recovered from seventh grade. When I graduated my beloved elementary school and went to a much bigger middle school across town, some of my old classmates also switched to the same middle school, one of whom was my sixth grade ex-boyfriend. We had a messy “separation” after I came back from summer camp and realized that he was no longer interested in knowing me anymore, no less holding my hand at the park and buying me beanie babies.
The only sexuality education I received in secondary school (or high school in the U.S.) was in the form of annual school talks presented by pharmaceutical companies promoting sanitary pads or tampons (depending where they were from). The boys got to first jeer at us, as they went out to play in the sun. We, the young ladies, had the burden of listening to instruction on menstruation and the need to clean up after ourselves.
Why are prosecutors so quick to act on allegations of rape? So quick, it seems, that they often do so, especially in high profile cases, before they have a reasonable belief they can prove the case beyond a reasonable doubt—the standard of proof required in a criminal case. When, as in the Dominique Strauss-Kahn (DSK) and Duke Lacrosse cases, charges are brought prematurely and then dropped, it leads to a trial by pubic opinion. Did he do it? Did she lie? We may never know. That doesn't, however, stop people from taking sides and having strongly held beliefs about guilt or innocence.
Completing a stunning reversal of fortunes for the ex-IMF chief, a Manhattan judge on Tuesday dropped criminal charges against Dominique Strauss-Kahn. Strauss-Kahn made his first public statement since being charged with sexually assaulting hotel maid Nafissatou Diallo...
The new film The Help is a timely example of art imitating life. Based on Kathryn Stockett's 2009 New York Times bestseller of the same name, the movie, which opened in theaters nationwide on Aug. 10, weaves together the stories of three women—two disgruntled black maids, played by Octavia Spencer and Doubt's Viola Davis, and the fearless, white, recent college grad, played by Easy A's Emma Stone, who dares to tell their story—in early 1960's Jackson, Mississippi.
The question of whether porn is dangerous or harmless is one that society has had trouble answering for some time. A recent, rather controversial article in Newsweek suggested that men who buy sex, including pornography, are more likely to be criminals, including engage in violent sexual behavior. But the Scientific American says the opposite: porn could actually lower the amount of sexual violence.
Nafissatou Diallo, or "Nafi," the 32-year-old black domestic who dared to accuse one of the most powerful men in the world of rape, has unexpectedly stepped forward to prove to us that her allegations against Dominique Strauss-Kahn, former head of the International Monetary Fund, are true. And further, that she is not guilty of the salacious accusations that have been made against her in the press since she accused Strauss-Kahn of rape two months ago.
Nafissatou Diallo claimed one of the world's most powerful men tried to rape her— and then found herself accused. In an exclusive interview in this week's Newsweek, Diallo tells vivid, gripping details of Dominique Strauss-Kahn's alleged attack, and rejects accusations of being a sex worker.