Last Saturday night as I was winding down and getting ready for bed at a cool 9:45 p.m., I received a frantic phone call. Maybe I just assumed it was frantic; at 34, I suspect any call after 9 p.m. is someone in need, not someone asking me if I want to go out. But the phone call was neither; it was ... More >>
In the past week, two important, interrelated gaming stories broke in the mainstream media. The first was a relatively innocuous-seeming demographic trend report about adult women overtaking adolescent boys as the largest segment of gamers. The second was about feminist game commentator Anita Sarkee ... More >>
When #YesAllWomen began as a hashtag on Twitter over the weekend, I sat back for a while and observed. As a woman who writes for the Internet -- and often writes about misogyny, feminism and the world I experience as a woman -- I have learned that you don't always jump right into conversations onlin ... More >>
Steve Horner.Steve Horner, the anti-ladies night crusader, gave Denver bars fits a few years ago, then took his campaign back on the road -- most recently to Las Vegas. The slew of complaints he's filed in Sin City against resort/casinos over special deals for bikini-clad babes are about to ... More >>
Misogyny, as a concept and as a behavior, is a major issue in hip-hop. Women are frequently marginalized and suffer the extreme sexist treatment at the hands of men in the business. As I began to examine the pronounced gender bias in the hip-hop community for this week's feature, I interviewe ... More >>
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With a guayabera, clothes make the Mexican.
Ready, Aim, Fire!
Aurora's Office of Community Development is not a happy home.
The brewery may have gone too far in trying to prevent sexual harassment.
In her sexual-harassment suit, an erotic dancer says strippers deserve their privacy.
A lawsuit is driving DU's Graduate School of Professional Psychology crazy -- or was it already?
Another sexual-harassment suit rattles the Denver Housing Authority.
It's a guy thing: Two UPS men claim sexual harassment by another man.
Sex harassment in the state prison system is no joke. So why is this man laughing?
While Public Service execs enjoy a soft landing, employees face a hard future.
A COMMUNITY COLLEGE TEACHER'S COME-ON GETS A BYSTANDER HOT AND BOTHERED--AND A STUDENT EDITOR BOOTED.
A FITZSIMONS DOCTOR IS HAULED UP ON SEXUAL HARASSMENT CHARGES.
PRISON GUARDS' COMPLAINTS ABOUT HARASSMENT ARE LEAKED TO THE HARASSERS.
MILITARY WOMEN UPSET ABOUT INEQUITIES GET A VOICE--AND LEGAL HELP--FROM CIVILIANS.
The smother brother