Rolling Stone offered up a snapshot of society’s attitudes toward sexual violence, but not in the way it had intended. The magazine’s harrowing account of gang rape and bureaucratic bumbling over that rape at the University of Virginia has imploded as inaccuracies and disregard for reporting standards emerged. Still, it might not matter so much after all.
Rolling Stone offered up a snapshot of society’s attitudes toward sexual violence, but not in the way it had intended. The magazine’s harrowing account of gang rape and bureaucratic bumbling over that rape at the University of Virginia has imploded as inaccuracies and disregard for reporting standards emerged. Still, it might not matter so much after all. Steve Helber The Associated Press
Rolling Stone offered up a snapshot of society’s attitudes toward sexual violence, but not in the way it had intended. The magazine’s harrowing account of gang rape and bureaucratic bumbling over that rape at the University of Virginia has imploded as inaccuracies and disregard for reporting standards emerged. Still, it might not matter so much after all. Steve Helber The Associated Press

Looking beyond the hype to see domestic and sexual violence

December 11, 2014 07:14 PM