Short fiction by empath Brian Crandall
Religious freedom laws open the doors for abuse and discrimination in the name of God.
Childhood maltreatment probably contributes to only a small portion of the number of people with migraine.
Sean Swaby tells his story of trauma and healing.
Bathrooms are not the only battleground for transgender rights. Peter LaBerge speaks in the persona of a Connecticut trans girl, incarcerated alongside men.
I am the victim of childhood sexual abuse. __ Trigger warning* – Sexual Abuse I am the victim of childhood sexual abuse. I write candidly about coping with the sexual abuse at the hands of my grandfather on my blog. My blog is about the isolation from my parents. It is about looking at the scary things…
Healing from sexual abuse is very much like healing from any kind of trauma or abuse; it happens one day at a time.
The must-see movie that tells the true story of the Boston Catholic Church child abuse cover-up
Uncomfortable. Irritated. Hateful. But whatever happened to supportive?
Children cannot give consent. The answer is always no. The act is always rape.
We’ve barely begun to address the dragon in the room.
I strive to teach my son about superheroes, and they are not professional football players. They are men who return love to diffuse hate.
It’s time to stop the legacy of pain and shame that goes with being a man, and a father.
In my quietest moments, my monster, my child, and my adult all feel that this might work.
He was a sweet little boy who loved life until the unspeakable changed him. — Sorting through a stack of boxes in a rare attempt to organize my life, I stumble across a decades-old photograph stuck to the back of a college textbook. I haven’t seen this photo in years. The colors have faded with…
Danica Barnett shares a painful story of how abusive partners continue to haunt and assault their victims, as real-life monsters whose memories never fade.