News you can relate to

Some news stories that caught our eye this week:

One of the journalists who uncovered Jian Ghomeshi’s rampant sexual abuse is now writing a ‘tell-all’ book that threatens to identify the women who told their stories with the promise of anonymity. It’s just another example of why victims of abuse choose not to speak up.

Isiah Thomas was convicted of sexual harassment the last time he was president of a basketball team. So how in the world did he just land a job as president of WNBA’s New York Liberty?

Check out Amy Schumer’s hilarious birth control sketch.

News you can relate to

Some news stories that caught our eye this week:

Emergency contraception is especially important for women in abusive relationships, which is why we’ve been paying close attention to the stories about Plan B (and equivalent medications) being ineffective for women over 176 lbs. Healthline has a brief clear explanation of what other options are available.

Forbes takes a characteristically financial viewpoint on domestic violence, pointing out that it costs us $8.3 billion annually in medical expenses and lost productivity.

Victim-blaming is a common response in our culture to stories of sexual assault and domestic violence, so it’s not surprising that sometimes victims blame themselves. Jenny Kutner’s complicated exploration of her own culpability is captivating and Amanda Hess’s response is thought-provoking.

News you can relate to

Some news stories that caught our eye this week:

News you can relate to

Some news stories that caught our eye this week: