Global Comment’s editors are loving a Slenderman deep dive, a peek into the heart of the Goop empire, a profile of Tonya Harding, and more this week.
London’s ‘Black Cab Rapist’ got a comparatively light sentence because police bungled his case. What would a world with justice for women look like?
This week, Global Comment’s editors are digging some longreads on institutional sexism, race and health disparities, the crisis of faith in evangelical communities, and more.
Global Comment’s editors are reading about dictators who leverage social media, automation of fast food, life after prison, and more. Join us!
Instead of celebrating the Silence Breakers, why not talk about why it took so long for everyone to listen to them?
Ever wonder why people don’t report sexual assault? Highly publicised indifference from authorities is certainly a big factor.
Global Comment’s editors are exploring longreads on new sexual violence accusations, dying a good death, and linguistic evolution.
Good morning! In case you missed it, our most popular post last week was Louise Hung’s on the racial politics of Star Trek: Discovery. If you haven’t already, subscribe to the Global Comment podcast on iTunes or Soundcloud and catch up on the first episode, a fascinating interview with Omar Saif Ghobash. Without further ado, here’s what we’re reading… ‘Greta Gerwig’s …
UK politics is being disrupted by brave sexual harassment and assault victims who have started coming forward to accuse major political parties of tolerating an abusive climate.
Global Comment’s editors are reading about love gone bad, rape culture, Ken’s new look, and much more this week.