We wonder if men lack empathy about survivors’ experiences and are complicit in a culture that celebrates sexual violence.
Silence is the most powerful weapon in a rapist’s arsenal. It is what allows rape to continue, unchecked and unacknowledged.
Billboards in Times Square raise awareness about male survivors of childhood sexual abuse.
Suzanna Quintana wrote some words that helped her understand narcissistic abuse. She had no idea how many survivors’ lives she would touch.
Tamar Shtrambrand’s grandparents were survivors of the Holocaust, and she will never forget that.
Christopher M. Anderson says a full understanding of trauma must inform advocacy efforts for abuse survivors.
Cecil Murphy on facing the unfaceable and becoming a survivor.
Zero tolerance in schools is a fickle beast. It leaves no survivors.
Not enough male victims come forward about sexual abuse and violence, so we listen to the voices of women for guidance.
Dani Bostick breaks free of the silence and shame that surround sexual abuse.
Think a gender-less approach to IPV work is best? Think again. That actually hurts survivors. Here’s how.
I’m done with false friends. (No, really this is a thank you letter)
Matthew Facciani looks at how our culture provides barriers for domestic violence survivors and what we can do about it.
April 15 is Holocaust Remembrance Day. But how did we come to commemorate the genocide of European Jewry in this way when survivors could barely speak of the horrors they endured?
Luka Vaughan speaks directly to you from his own experience overcoming childhood sexual abuse.