Rappler's latest stories on harassment
The law has been passed. The next challenge: implementation
The Supreme Court's decision on the case of a former Xavier University Cagayan de Oro law professor settles that power – not sex – is central to what sexual harassment really is
(UPDATED) President Rodrigo Duterte, who himself was caught publicly wolf whistling a female reporter, signs the Safe Spaces Act
(UPDATED) While there were no demands for sex, the Supreme Court says 'sexual harassment is not the violation of the victim's sexuality but the abuse of power by the offender'
The publisher and the chief operating officer of the Khmer Times deny the accusations
An Olympic short track medalist, who has not been identified, sexually harasses another male Games podium finisher
The convention is adopted following tough negotiations among different parties on issues like defining 'vulnerable groups'
Cuba Gooding Jr is charged with 'forcible touching' by New York prosecutors after allegedly groping a woman in a bar
In the span of a week, students of the Philippine Science High School build a movement to take on the school’s highest officials and change campus culture on sexual harassment
A former court assistant alleges that India's chief justice Ranjan Gogoi twice made sexual advances in the office of his official residence in October 2018
Artists and youth leaders unveil a mural to push for safe streets free of sexual harassment
Ted Baker founder Ray Kelvin has resigned as chief executive of the company
The actress departs from the movie 'Luck' after Skydance announced it hired former Disney creative director John Lasseter, who is accused of sexual harassment
Sa bawat kaso, sa bawat panggigipit, higit na nagiging malinaw kung bakit ginagawa ang mga ito
Advocates urge everyone to create an environment that encourages women to report incidents of sexual harassment
Watch the roundtable discussion on reporting sexual harassment cases in public spaces on Wednesday, January 30
The bill would impose hefty fines and jail time for those caught sexually harassing others in public or online
A US district judge says that the sexual harassment law within a professional relationship does not cover the claims made by Judd against the disgraced Hollywood producer
'I intend to remove this song off of iTunes and other streaming platforms and will not be working with him again,' says Lady Gaga of her song with the R&B singer
The National Economic and Development Authority declines to name the official, but says it immediately launched an investigation even before a formal complaint was filed
Online spaces have made the locker rooms bigger – and more sinister
When disinformation is weaponized against women, misogyny rears its ugly head
The Ateneo de Manila University is 'shocked' and 'outraged' by the alleged rape case within school premises
On social media, the former beauty queen says she was sexually harassed by various men, including a priest, and a 'well-known CEO'
From a fine between P10,000 and P20,000, sexual harassers would be ordered to pay P50,000 up to P200,000 if the House bill is passed into law
'Sexual harassment has no place anywhere, especially in a pageant that claims to uphold the value and power of women,' says Senator Risa Hontiveros
The longtime Miss Earth pageant sponsor earlier denied allegations of sexual harassment
Facebook, like Google, allows complaints of sexual harassment to be aired openly in court
Google chief executive Sundar Pichai promises Google will be more transparent with how concerns are handled, and provide better support and care to those who raise such issues with the company
On Instagram, Canada’s Jaime VandenBerg, England’s Abbey-Anne Gyles-Brown, and Guam's Emma Mae Sheedy claim that a sponsor repeatedly asked them for sexual favors
'Not only will these women and men change the Tech Bro Culture in Silicon Valley, they're going to change the world!' Democratic California congresswoman Jackie Speier tweets
Rich DeVaul, a director at X lab devoted to 'moonshots' such as internet service from balloons, departs
Google releases an email sent to employees from Sundar Pichai saying 48 people had been terminated for sexual harassment in the past two years, including 13 who were senior managers and above and that none received 'an exit package'
Leloy Claudio discusses sexual harassment on campus with Natsy Verceles
Power imbalance is a key issue in any sexual harassment complaint, says an expert
Complaints from several students will now be part of official investigations conducted by the university
(3rd UPDATE) A total of 167 bishops, priests, and lay members of the church are now under investigation for sexual crimes committed in the South American country since 1960
House Bill 8244 also seeks to expand the definition of sexual harassment in the office, schools, and training institutions
Senate Bill 1326 seeks to penalize catcalling, wolf-whistling, cursing, leering, groping, and stalking, among others
Here is a look at how 5 countries in Europe are affected by the #MeToo movement
Lawyer Evalyn Ursua says the story behind Fullido's 'baseless charge of sexual harassment' is a complex one, and involves 'personal, professional, and political matters'
'As a victim of sexual harassment once before, it is unthinkable for me to say what Gretchen Fullido alleges I did,' the ABS-CBN executive says
The entertainment reporter accuses two executives of sending her text messages with sexual innuendos and requesting sexual favors
The matter, brought up by the student council, has been elevated to the Ateneo de Manila University’s official investigating body, says Loyola Schools Vice President Maria Vilches
(UPDATED) 'We commit to protecting our students and lobbying for their safety and dignity,' says the university's student council
Amnesty International denounces the 'disgraceful' verdict against Amal Fathi who, it says, is sentenced 'simply for her courage to speak out against sexual harassment'
Marie Laguerre posts a video on Facebook of man punching her in broad daylight outside a cafe after she angrily responded to his sexual harassment
Harvey Weinstein's lawyer discloses emails from his alleged rape victim, in which she said 'I love you'