Read These Men's Rights Activists Try to Defend Upskirting on Reddit. Seriously.

"Wearing a skirt has consequences."


Asiana Flight 214: Flight Attendants Are Unsung Heroes in the San Francisco Crash

As news of the tragic San Francisco crash landing unfolds, it's important to acknowledge those who help ensure safe air travel for millions of people every day.

Dartmouth Rape Protest: Punishing the Victims and Ignoring the Victimizers

By tying their protests into a larger national movement against sexual assault, Dartmouth students ensure their voices will stay heard.

2 Out Of 3 College Students Say They're Going to Save the World While At Work

Got a brilliant plan to shake up the status quo right after commencement? Congrats, grad. So does the cap-and-gown-clad kid sitting next to you.

9 Super Embarrassing YouTube Attempts to Get Into College

More students are finding themselves on waitlists as entry into college becomes more competitive. Here are nine examples of what not to do, should you ever find yourself on the dreaded waitlist.

Occidental College Faculty Are Sick Of the School's Disgusting Treatment Of Rape Cases

Faculty members took a huge step Monday in defending sexual assault survivors when they voted "no confidence" in Campus Attorney Carl Botterud and Dean Barbara Avery.


Occidental College Rape Coverup Deserves More Than a Lawsuit

Occidental College has been covering up sexual assault for years. To say they have "more work to do" is kind of an understatement.

Occidental College Lawsuit: A Professor Reports On New Sexual Assault Lawsuit At the College

Gloria Allred will represent a group of Occidental students and sexual assault survivors who have submitted two complaints to the federal government over the college's policies.

100 Iconic American Companies Exploiting Prisoners to Sell You Products

Companies are drawing on a new source of cheap labor to bring jobs back to the states: prisoners.

Why Some Middle Class Blacks Can't Get Ahead

Today, the median wealth held by white households is 20 times that of black households. The need to support poorer relatives may explain part of this difference.

0% Of Gun Ads Mention Protecting Your Family, So What Makes People Buy Guns?

A 2004 study showed that only 15% of gun ads link gun ownership to patriotism, and just 20% mention hunting. What do 91% of ads emphasize? Different gun features, accuracy, and quality.


Most Women Would Rather Divorce Than Be a Housewife

80% of young women and 70% of young men want a marriage where both partners share all responsibilities, but women are more likely to leave a marriage for the sake of their career.

The Number of People in Private Prisons Has Grown By 1,664% in the Last 19 Years

America's prison system is in need of serious overhaul. Nearly 130,000 people are incarcerated by for-profit companies, and in 2010, the two largest private prisons earned $3 billion in revenues.