From not being believed, to being blamed, to seeing their convicted rapist get little to no real punishment, it’s no wonder victims are often silent.
Toxic masculinity with its narrow points of view questions the validity of victims of sexual assault.
We should have equal scrutiny directed at the accused—if they’re innocent, let the justice system make that call.
Why would any woman report they’d been violated only to be violated again by people who are supposed to help?
Vote for the politicians who share your values!
“What if she were your sister?’ Here is what it means if the answer to that question matters.
Sorry, I wasn’t a good victim.
—I’ve been in the workforce since I was 18. I always give my all in any job; I’m on time, well groomed, enthusiastic, and fully commit to the task at hand. I am what you would call a genuinely good employee.So why have I been intimidated, vilified, taken advantage of, and made to feel like…
Trigger Warning: How reporting is not the magical fix all people think it is.
Not everyone has the tools, resources or capacity to report quickly.