Penn State, The Peaceful Hearts Foundation and the importance of community.
Like many Penn State alum, Larry Bernstein was horrified by the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal and wonders if rooting for his alma mater will ever be the same.
Joanna Schroeder explores the overuse of the term “Trigger Warning” in the blogosphere, and wonders whether the term actually serves to undermine the security of trauma survivors.
When it comes to abuse in sport, the culture of denial and silence is rooted in the reality that children’s sport replicates the professional game…where winning is the prime motivation.
Randy Ellis, an advocate for child sexual abuse victims, sees the light of positive changes.
We’ve got a lot of work to do, so it’s time to stand up, wear denim with a purpose, and work together to end sexual violence.
On the importance of victim privacy.
Kenny Bodanis questions why Jerry Sandusky should be given a platform to tell “his side of the story?”
The state is suing in federal court for removal of the penalties imposed in response to the Sandusky abuses.
Some NCAA bowl game revenue should go to sexual violence prevention and support programs.
Governor Corbett believes the sanctions the N.C.A.A. handed down in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky scandal were too harsh and missed the people they should be aiming for. He’s wrong.
Cameron Conaway sits down with Executive Director Christopher Anderson and Co-Founder Dr. Howard Fradkin
We’re not all stereotypical, but even men who fit a mold are still real.
Mythologizing the coaches of Penn State threatens to erase the suffering of the victims.
It’s naïve to think we can end sex trafficking when we’ve not begun to speak about it accurately.