Prison rape isn’t funnier than any other kind of rape. And men are not unstoppable rape machines. It’s time we stopped laughing.
Thomas Pluck asks, when confronting harassment, why do we say “what if she was your sister, mother, or daughter?” What if it was You?
Our Soldiers are being raped…by our Soldiers.
Private prisons highlight the disposability of men.
This comment was by D on the post 7 Types of Serious Abuse We Don’t Take Seriously.
Jarune Uwujaren asks us to pause a moment and reflect up on 7 forms of abuse that are often laughed about, dismissed or simply ignored.
Offer a message of comfort to prison rape survivors this holiday season.
This is a comment by wellokaythen on the post “An Eye for an Eye? Jerry Sandusky, Male Survivors and Prison Rape”.
Jamie Utt notes that while revenge may be our first reaction to violence, it does nothing to solve the problem, nor does it support survivors in their healing.
Protests erupt in the Republic of Georgia after the release of secret videotapes documenting physical, sexual and psychological abuse against prisoners.
The Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) mandated that the Department of Justice release regulations aimed at ending sexual abuse in detention. Recently, the regulations have been released. They contain a lot of the things we’ve been looking for! Protection for vulnerable inmates, such as queer people and youths, who are the most likely to be […]
Trigger warning for rape Important correction: Ack. I was fooled by a bad source! I woke up today to a nice email from the Michigan Licensed Beverage Association, which was rather displeased to discover their groundbreaking anti-drunk-driving program was being reported as having a rape joke in it. Apparently the talking urinal cakes do not make a […]
TW for, obviously, rape. Also gif warning for people with epilepsy. I have decided today is the day to talk about prison rape, which some people think is still not an issue. (Note: if you think prison rape isn’t an issue, especially after reading what I have to say about it, please leave my blog […]
The first chapter of Noah Brand and Ozy Frantz’s provocative book What About The Men? explores feminism, gender performance, and why the “man box” is a bad fit.