In the aftermath of the Kavanaugh debacle, I will remain pessimistic, on the sunset side of the mountain.
It’s important to listen to those who come forward—and also to those accused.
The Department of Education’s proposed rule changes aren’t without their flaws—but they move the policy in a more just direction.
Jerry Brown, California's Democratic governor, has vetoed a bill that would’ve codified into law Obama-era guidance on Title IX.
Is the system biased against men of color?
Assertions about how trauma physiologically impedes the ability to resist or coherently remember assault have greatly undermined defense against assault allegations. But science offers little support for these claims.
At many schools, the rules intended to protect victims of sexual assault mean students have lost their right to due process—and an accusation of wrongdoing can derail a person’s entire college education.
This is the age of the plea bargain—and millions of Americans are suffering the consequences.
Slate's “Dear Prudence” writer explains her Media Diet