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Victims are routinely punished for reporting K-12 campus sexual assault, officials say

Dea Goodman’s daughter was expelled after reporting an alleged sexual assault on campus. Goodman has filed a Title IX civil rights complaint. (Photo by Salwan Georges/For the Washington Post)

Via: The Washington Post “The Education Department has seen a spike during the past year in the number of civil rights complaints filed against K-12 schools for allegedly mishandling reports of sexual violence. It’s one sign that the national debate about sexual assault on college campuses is raising awareness about the problem among …

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Migrants take to the streets in Cologne: “We are refugees from Syria. “We’re against racism, sexism and war.”

(Deutsche Welle)

Migrants in Germany have arranged their own protests against the New Years Eve attacks against women at the Cologne cathedral.  Reports of attacks on that night have now grown to over 500, leading primarily men to take to the street with signs declaring that not all migrants are responsible. The …

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Sweden’s Own Cologne Scandal: Alleged Officer-Led Coverup Of Sexual Assaults By Migrants

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Authorities in Sweden are investigating the potential cover-up of more than 30 documented claims of sexual assault which reportedly occurred in connection with the “We Are Sthlm” festival in 2014 and 2015. Via Washington Post: The alleged cover-up prompted a strong statement from Prime Minister Stefan Lofven. “It’s a double …

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What is a “complementarian” and why are women concerned about Marco Rubio’s new advisor?

Sen. Marco Rubio (Scott Olson, Getty Images)

Last week Marco Rubio announced the formation of a new religious liberty advisory board in his campaign for the GOP presidential nomination.  Among the fifteen members, Wayne Grudem stands out as the leader of “complementarianism,” a movement he created. Slate: “Within American evangelicalism, there are two broad camps when it …

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