Women should be held to the same standard as men. But it’s time to question what that standard should be.
Elizabeth Nolan Brown is an associate editor at Reason magazine, where she covers issues involving sex policy, criminal justice, free speech, technology, food regulation, and millennial politics. Brown's writing has also appeared places such as Politico, Playboy, Time, The Dish, and The Week. Find her on Twitter @enbrown.
To pressure the websites that sex workers frequent, Congress just carved a hole in Section 230, which has governed the internet for 22 years.
No one is arguing that companies have a right to knowingly profit off of sexual exploitation, but we already have a host of remedies for punishing those activities.
One sergeant is accused of grabbing a coworker’s crotch. Rape investigators joked about pleasing themselves to victims’ stories. That’s just the start.