Rewriting the classical myth of the rape victim.
Dr. Christine Blasey Ford
Chances are good you didn’t hear this speech. It (might have) happened in an alternative universe.
The Republican brotherhood acted like a fraternity at the Ford-Kavanaugh hearings.
An invitation to all male graduates of Yale University to stand together in solidarity.
What else is a good Christian to do?
While the rhetoric coming out of Washington has been decidedly lacking in empathy, statistics show it really shouldn’t be.
For all the brave survivors and those who voted against or otherwise opposed the confirmation, this is for you.
Why would any woman report they’d been violated only to be violated again by people who are supposed to help?
In the criminal justice system, the people are betrayed by two separate yet equally important groups.
The echoed message to survivors that their life-altering sexual assault only matters to them.
In promoting men to positions of power, companies and other organizations have frequently brushed aside allegations of sexual assault and harassment.
Why are women assigned responsibility for the violence committed against women’s bodies?
Embed from Getty Images — I watched the Congressional Supreme Court Nomination Committee hearing testimony from witness Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, when I came home from work that evening. I also watched Dr. Ford’s opening statements before the Committee before I had to leave for work in the morning. She confessed, “I’m a little afraid…”…
The outpouring of our stories is necessary and important. Being recognized and believed matters. Making sure we never disrespect ourselves and one another by fabricating a story for political or personal gain is critical.
What is the media saying about victims of sexualized abuse?
Victims of sexual harassment and assault are stepping out of the shadows of isolation and fear to challenge abusive patriarchal power, domination, and privilege.