Rape in NZ: Join the debate
We can’t expect women to keep making themselves vulnerable to "teach" a change in behaviour.
Sexism isn't just a problem for women, it's also a problem for men.
Jumping to conclusions about a few Wellington College boys is unfair.
We are learning in our society that to stay safe we must live in fear, Kara Greening writes.
What we need to realise is the majority of rapists are people similar to us, says James McKellar.
After being sexually abused for years, the justice system failed me and it's failing others too.
Rape left me feeling dirty, broken and shunned by those I trusted. What's funny about that?
Getting the needs of male victims of sexual violence recognised has been a 17-year issue in NZ.
The Roast Busters scandal led to 'open season on men' around the country, Rachel Rolston writes.
I was raped at 14. Now 25, I'm a very different person than I would have otherwise been.
I don't know if I could call myself lucky, but for me, the justice system did work.
To fight the rape culture in this country we need to teach teenage boys that real men respect women.
Court is a truly horrible experience for us survivors. I hate the term victim. I am a survivor.
I am one of the 99 out of 100 women who did not get justice following a rape.
The word rape still has the capacity to make people close their ears and mentally switch off.
I was raped just over a year ago. But I would never go to the police about it.
Why is there a rape culture in New Zealand? Because there are people in power who don't listen.
I feel sorry for the young boys involved in the Roast Busters furore, Sarah Habershon writes.
I was too ashamed to tell anyone and I was scared of the repercussions.