Month: November 2018
A year into #MeToo, hotel workers are getting panic buttons, runway models are getting private dressing rooms, and proposed laws are supporting sexual harassment victims.
— Read on www.marketwatch.com/story/the-metoo-movement-has-changed-policies-across-industries-but-theres-still-work-to-be-done-2018-10-04
Kavanaugh-accuser Christine Blasey Ford said, ‘Coming forward was terrifying’ but she was able to do ‘civic duty.’ She called GoFundMe account that raised nearly $650,000 for family’s security a ‘godsend.’
— Read on www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/christine-blasey-ford-coming-forward-was-terrifying-let-her-fulfill-n940686
The majority of women living in Europe are being put at risk by laws that fail to recognise sex without consent as rape, a study by Amnesty International has revealed. Three-quarters of EU member states only legally recognise rape when physical violence, threats or coercion is involved, according to analysis published ahead of International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women on Saturday.
— Read on www.independent.co.uk/news/rape-legislation-europe-consent-women-violence-research-amnesty-a8649131.html
Superhero therapy is a new realm of psychology and it’s proving successful in helping people with a range of mental health issues
— Read on www.ladbible.com/mental-health/interesting-people-say-superhero-films-are-helping-with-their-mental-health-20180516