Some Wisconsin lawmakers want to meet with a judge who decided a three-year sentence for an Edina man who pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting three women was fair. Read more →
The state Senate is moving to close a loophole in the state’s sexual conduct law which grants an exception to people who grab someone’s butt as long as they still have their clothes on. Read more →
The firing of University of Minnesota football coach Tracy Claeys reinforces a good piece of advice: Be careful what you tweet. And don’t thumb your noses at the people who sign your paycheck.
Claeys was a success on the field and really bad at social media off it. Read more →
The Associated Press is reporting that the decision by the University of Minnesota football team to end its “boycott” to protest the suspension of 10 players alleged to have sexually assaulted a woman, was not as final as first reported. Read more →
Minneapolis woman: Staying silent hasn’t made the emotional scars go away, she writes, ‘and it hasn’t held the men who victimized me responsible for what they did to and stole from me. I’ve realized all too late that our voices are our strongest asset.’ Read more →
Victims of sexual abuse and assault at St. Olaf in Northfield had hoped a meeting to address complaints that the school was ignoring them would begin to change things on campus, but after a closed meeting they say they’re ‘disheartened’ by the response.
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