Tag Archives: sexual assault

College Sex: 50 Shades of Black and White

A few days ago, I wrote a TIME.com column arguing that allegations of sexual assault on college campuses are hard to adjudicate (and even harder to prosecute) because, unfortunately, these cases often contain shades of grey: What to do about … Continue reading

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Amherst Rape Scandal: What We Get Wrong About Sexual Assault on Campus

This is my TIME.com column today on the complex issues around sexual assault on college campuses. There’s much more I wanted to say – and will say, later, on this blog — but for now: The recent media swarm around an anguished report of … Continue reading

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When Words Fail

I don’t imagine this photo needs any explanation. Except it so happens that we’re not really witnessing one of the most romantic moments of the 20th century: the sailor, George, was drunk. The woman, Gerta, was a complete stranger, caught … Continue reading

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