The latest news on sexual abuse
Though she may not be innocent in character, the maid who accused Dominique Strauss-Kahn of sexual assault is still a victim.
But such alcohol abuse may put them at risk for sexual victimization and post-traumatic stress
The Department of Education released new guidelines to help administrators deal with sexual violence.
Abuse, poverty during a mother's youth is associated with heightened health risks for the next generation
Survey found a strong association between the two, researchers say
They may view sex as a way to get people to like them, researchers suggest
College students say they use communication strategies to ensure safety of female friends
Gay, bisexual men shamed or assaulted as kids more likely to exhibit high-risk behavior, study says
The Vatican believes that priests who rape little boys are in the same criminal category (under church law) as are Catholic bishops who ordain women as priests.
Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan has played an important role in arguing for the U.S. government in favor of the expansion of powers and against criminal rights.