Nicolais: Tay Anderson should rethink his Trumpian tactics
In response to the investigation into his conduct released last week, Anderson sounded remarkably similar in style to the former president
Opinion: Schools should prioritize teaching youth about sexual consent
It’s just as important as reading, writing, and math, and it’s a key to reducing sexual assault
Wilson: The tide turns for Tay Anderson, but will the left learn not to be too quick to judgment?
Denver school board member has been cyber-bullied, even after his anonymous accuser recanted her claims of sexual assault
Bill Cosby accuser who lives in Colorado now wants spotlight on proposed changes to sexual assault laws
Heidi Thomas, who testified in court that Cosby sexually assaulted her in the 1980s, said that when she read Cosby would be released from prison it was a “punch in the gut.”
Silverman: Bill Cosby isn’t funny. Nor is Bruce Castor, the prosecutor whose missteps set him free.
Vainglorious Trump-defending attorney Bruce Castor and comic Bill Cosby claim the current high ground. Reality lays them low.
Federal appeals court revives former DU student’s claim that anti-male bias led to his expulsion
The lawsuit, which was first filed in August 2017 after a sexual assault claim was brought against the student, now heads back to a federal district court
Colorado lawmakers approve effort to give past child sex assault victims a chance to sue their abusers, institutions
Senate Bill 88 would give survivors of abuse after 1960 for whom the civil statute of limitations has expired the ability to file lawsuits during a three-year window starting Jan. 1, 2022
Former Buffalo Exchange employees file lawsuit alleging sexual assault, harassment, negligence
The resale fashion company’s three Colorado stores closed abruptly last summer amid allegations on Instagram that co-owner Todd Colletti assaulted and abused employees for years.
Denver Public Schools board initiates outside investigation into Tay Anderson sexual assault allegations
On Tuesday, the seven-member Denver school board said it “looks forward to an independent view of the facts"
Opinion: Why too few Black women and girls report sexual violence
As we strive to prevent and end sexual violence, we must start by interacting with survivors in a supportive, empathetic, and trauma-informed manner.
After decades of debate, Colorado will give sex assault victims unlimited time to sue their abusers
Senate Bill 73 is on its way to Gov. Jared Polis’ desk and would eliminate Colorado’s six-year statute of limitations for child sex abuse victims
Black Lives Matter group says Tay Anderson sexually assaulted a woman. He denies it.
Opinion: Sexual-assault survivors in rural Colorado need quality abortion services close to home
Pending state legislation is a step toward equity for survivors who deserve the same access, respect and dignity as any other patient.
Opinion: When allegations of sexual assault and harassment emerge, institutions need to take action
Universities and other institutions must take prompt action to support survivors who disclose and work to end sexual violence. We should expect no less.
Colorado’s review of Catholic Church sex abuse named priests, but not those who covered up their crimes
The Colorado Attorney General’s Office said time limited the investigation. The Catholic Church says it’s taken responsibility. But victims say the whole story hasn’t been told.
Opinion: Why lawmakers should reform law to help victims of childhood sexual abuse
Effort to give Colorado child sex assault survivors unlimited time to sue abusers is rejected
House Bill 1296, brought in the wake of a damning report on Colorado’s Catholic church, was set aside at the request of one of its prime sponsors in the hopes of bringing future legislation that will also benefit past survivors of abuse. The decision to sideline the measure drew disappointment.
Silverman: Examining Tara Reade’s sex assault allegations against Joe Biden
Even if Colorado gives child sex assault victims unlimited time to sue, it may be too late for those already abused
Lawmakers are considering eliminating the civil statute of limitations for child sex assault, but Colorado’s constitution appears to prohibit laws from working retroactively. Victims’ advocates think there is a path to address past abuse.
Former Colorado priest up for possible parole in sex abuse case; was named in attorney general’s report
Timothy Evans was sentenced to 14 years to life in prison in 2007 for sexually assaulting a boy who worked at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church in Fort Collins