In South Africa, LGBTQ bigotry raises concern of ‘corrective’ rape

Rates of rape are extremely high in South Africa and LGBTQ women are sometimes targeted for what is known as “corrective” rape, where men allegedly believe forced sex can change a woman’s sexuality. Women who identify as lesbians are considered primary targets, but non-traditional gender expression broadens the number of individuals within the LGBTQ community who may experience “corrective” rape.

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Inside the fight for reproductive healthcare at Loyola University-Chicago

The Loyola student group Students for Reproductive Justice, which passes out free condoms and reproductive health referrals, sits at the crux of a national debate: what are the rights of individual students on religious campuses and what are the rights of religious universities to impose their institutional values on the student body?

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