A 2019 study estimated that only 1 in 10 cases of medical sexual assault are reported, compared to a third of other varieties of sexual abuse. This is because medical assault is confusing: Was it really abuse? How could a patient know with surety whether an exam was unnecessary, or atypical? How could a woman know for sure whether gloves were worn, or if other body parts touched her? (For those not in the know, a drape cloth is often laid over the upper legs, and women are often laying flat, so they can’t see.) … [Read more...] about Evelyn Yang’s harrowing story reveals why 90% of sexual assault in medicine goes unreported
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Tuesday’s Democratic debate in Des Moines, Iowa, produced plenty of attention-grabbing hashtags and viral moments, including one final moment of tension between Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, during which the two senators accused each other of lying. … [Read more...] about Math-obsessed Andrew Yang should be thrilled with these Twitter hashtag numbers
As devastating documents from Trump-allied crony Lev Parnas emerged online, the CNN-moderated debate crescendoed with a question about whether Bernie Sanders told Elizabeth Warren in 2018 that a woman couldn’t beat Donald Trump. Subsequent media coverage skipped over any substantive issues and instead focused on the escalating rivalry between the two candidates. Without doing a thing, Donald Trump got to reap the benefits of both a rubbernecking Fourth Estate, and the fact that the most divisive beef yet between two potential rivals centered around the supreme inherent difficulty of beating Donald Trump. … [Read more...] about Bloomberg haunted the Dem debate with fake irony on Twitter. Here’s how the other absent candidates fared.
Klobuchar and Warren ask for forgiveness By early December, Harris had dropped out of the race, which left just Warren and Klobuchar on the debate stage. (Gabbard, who has yet to suspend her campaign, didn’t qualify for the debate.) The last question posed by moderators was out of left field, but it unintentionally served a different purpose. Presented with the choice of whether they would ask for forgiveness or give a gift, the men onstage opted for the latter; Andrew Yang used the opportunity to promote his book, while the rest of the male candidates offered a variety of aphorisms. … [Read more...] about 6 moments from the 2020 presidential race that mirror what women face at work
If you’re a cable cord cutter who wants to stream the 2020 Democratic debate on your phone, mobile device, or smart TV, you’re in luck—CNN will once again lift the paywall on its digital channels, meaning you can live-stream the debate without authentication from a pay-TV provider. I’ve rounded up the easiest ways to watch below: … [Read more...] about How to watch the 2020 Democratic debate live on CNN for free without cable