The 2014 Best and Worst Sex List

December 31, 2014 1:13 AM

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The Story: President Barack Obama issued a memorandum announcing the White House Task Force to Protect Students From Sexual Assault on January 22, 2014. Three months later, the task force unveiled their report and recommendations. That same day, the White House launched a new website,, aimed at providing the public with information and resources. Why This Matters: Last year, it was revealed that an unprecedented number of colleges were being investigated for mishandling reported rapes on campus (a fact that topped our 2013 worst sex list). This still didn't stop numerous school officials and politicians from making idiotic public statements this year blaming the victim or minimizing the problem. The people who think rape culture isn't a real issue are part of the problem. Luckily this new task force provides real solutions.

The Story: In response to the misogynistic videos Elliot Rodger made before his shooting rampage (see our worst sex list), the hashtag #YesAllWomen was created on Twitter as an online storehouse for personal stories of sexual harassment. Within the first few days the hashtag had been tweeted with in...

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