“Modesty was really important here. If the imagery was not congruent to the community’s standards, it could be a barrier.”
You wouldn’t believe she’s only 20.
The embattled former Democratic congressman entered a guilty plea at a Manhattan federal court. He pled guilty to one charge of transferring obscene material to a minor. “I am guilty, your honor,” Weiner said, and then, with tears in his eyes, added: “I accept full responsibility for my conduct, I have a sickness, but I do not have an excuse.”
Civil rights attorney Gloria Allred claims Trump defamed her client, former Apprentice contestant Summer Zervos, by calling her a liar.
Anne Webb reviews ‘Who Gave You Permission,’ the memoir of a child sexual-abuse survivor from Melbourne’s Chabad community.
I learned the hard way that abusers are more than villains or hooded figures in the back alleyways of our minds. I learned that even the people you love, and see in the light of day, can seriously traumatize you.
A well-known Detroit-area physician who is a pillar in the Orthodox community has been sued for malpractice by two female patients who claim he repeatedly molested them during examinations.
After a tough week for her father—with the release of a videotape in which he bragged about committing sexual assault and emergence of groping allegations—Ivanka Trump had receded from the campaign trail. But now Donald Trump’s daughter and chief ambassador to women seems to be reemerging, and striking familiar themes about faith and family that have made her an asset to the Republican nominee’s campaign.
The second match-up between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton was full of personal attacks, idle threats and hovering glares. But if all had went according to Jared Kushner, the debate would have started with even more TV drama.
I would like to think that a presidential candidate bragging about sexual assault would be the tipping point for undecided voters. Die-hard Trumpers aside, the tape certainly has been the tipping point for many, including Republican members of Congress embattled in tight re-election campaigns. In the wake of Trump’s latest scandal, it seems that droves of Republicans are denouncing him or even taking back their previous endorsements. I’m glad that bragging about sexual assault is a line they cannot cross. But it begs the question: Where the hell have they been?