Iona Tompkins offers her response to Emily Ratajkowski’s powerful essay on consent and modelling.
The overwhelmingly biased world surrounding the issues of consent irrefutably continues to trivialize the stories of men and their experiences with assault. Though we grow successful in teaching most men that “no” does not mean […]
A 27-year-old man at the centre of a rape trial has been acquitted in Northern Ireland. The defence argued that because the 17-year-old girl he was accused of raping was wearing a lacy thong, she […]
5th October 2018 marks the one-year anniversary since the first allegations of sexual misconduct by former American film producer Harvey Weinstein were published in the New York Times. The accusations thrust Hollywood into turmoil. In the […]
A quarter of new students chose to walk out of York University’s first ever sexual consent talks after being handed flyers by an activist posing as a university official. Ben Froughi handed out flyers making […]
The Gryphon interviewed Amy Cousens about her sexual consent campaign. She is putting forward a proposal to the Leeds City Council to make it mandatory for all clubs and bars in Leeds to put up sexual consent […]
**TRIGGER WARNING: rape, sexual assault** There has been significant debate this week over the recent controversy of consent classes being introduced to Russell Group Universities throughout the country. The classes were devised in order to […]
The two interventions that have most decreased child mortality in the last 100 years have been clean sanitation and vaccination programmes. Clean sanitation is an expected standard of living in any developed nation however vaccination of […]