Lebanese women hold candle-lit vigil in tribute to four murdered women in Beirut, Lebanon, December 23 2017. REUTERS/Isam Abdallah
Call toxic masculinity by its name

Mazen Harfoush’s crime is not an isolated incident. He is one of many Lebanese men who have taken the lives of their spouses to assert their dominance.

(Photo: Independent via Joseph Eid / AFP) Mass Murder in Baakline
“Honor” and Violence: Baakline mass murder acts as a grim reminder

Every day that the lockdown drags on in Lebanon, women across the country face unknown futures with trepidation and fear.

He didn’t rape me: A story of self-doubt, anger, and surviving assault

These violations happen way too often for us not to talk about.