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Our Future: The Shifting Politics of Sexual Assault

Our Future: The Shifting Politics of Sexual Assault

By Kyle Mangione-Smith | Dec 7
Are we seeing a sea change in cultural and political attitudes towards sexual assault?

Silence Breakers Named Time Magazine's Person of the Year

Silence Breakers Named Time Magazine's Person of the Year

Dec 6
"The Silence Breakers" - those who have shared their stories about sexual assault and harassment - have been named Time magazine's Person of the Year.

AP Exclusive: Top Gossip Editor Accused of Sexual Misconduct

AP Exclusive: Top Gossip Editor Accused of Sexual Misconduct

By Jake Pearson and Jeff Horwitz | Dec 6
The top editor for the National Enquirer, Us Weekly and other major gossip publications openly described his sexual partners in the newsroom, discussed female employees' sex lives and forced women to watch porn, former employees told The AP.

Science Meets Broadway in Upcoming Lung Cancer Cabaret Benefit
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Science Meets Broadway in Upcoming Lung Cancer Cabaret Benefit

By John Amodeo | Dec 5
Upstage Lung Cancer returns in December with their annual benefit cabaret concert. EDGE spoke to three of those involved in the event -- Anne Deconinck, Candy O'Terry & Joyce Kulhawik -- about their participation.

Sneak Peek: New Orleans' LUNA Fete

Sneak Peek: New Orleans' LUNA Fete

By Janet McConnaughey | Dec 4
The fifth LUNA Fete will come at the tricentennial's end. The festival was conceived as a five-year series ending next year, but the Arts Council New Orleans - a nonprofit organization and the city's official arts agency - is now thinking longer.

Sex Cases Put Spotlight on Sex Addiction, but Is It Real?

Sex Cases Put Spotlight on Sex Addiction, but Is It Real?

By Lindsey Tanner | Dec 4
Is sex addiction a true addiction, a crime, or a made-up condition used by misbehaving VIPs to deflect blame or repair tarnished images?

2017 Kennedy Center Honors Recognize Artists, Skip Drama

2017 Kennedy Center Honors Recognize Artists, Skip Drama

By Ashraf Khalil | Dec 3
This year's Kennedy Center Honors will recognize some of the best artists and performers in the country, while skipping the political drama that loomed over it earlier this year.

Former Public Radio Host Accused of Sexual Misconduct

Former Public Radio Host Accused of Sexual Misconduct

Dec 2
A former New York public radio host has been accused of sexual misconduct by an author and former colleagues.

Judd: Women Will Persevere in Fighting Sexual Harassment

Judd: Women Will Persevere in Fighting Sexual Harassment

By Bruce Schreiner | Dec 2
Actress Ashley Judd, whose claims against a Hollywood mogul helped set off an avalanche of sexual harassment allegations, said Friday that the fight against sexual misconduct will be a "chaotic, messy" endeavor.

Rowing Team's Steamy Calendar Raises Money To Fight Homophobia

Rowing Team's Steamy Calendar Raises Money To Fight Homophobia

By Donyae Lewis | Dec 2
While some may be bundling up in layers this holiday season, The Warwick Rowers are stripping down and baring it all for their calendar shoot, a project they started to combat gender bias in sports.

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