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Breaking The Silence On Female Sexual Abuse HuffPost Live April 22, 2014Continue Reading... No Comments.
Awareness, empowerment, participation Skylar Tatreau | April 17, 2014 | no comments By Austin Koeller Following speakers, audience can walk out to Take Back the Night, dance-off, win prizes, watch drag show A woman walks alone into the night. After a long night, she just wants to get back to her dorm safely. With every […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Finding the Courage to Cover Sexual Violence By Frank Smyth Committee to Protect Journalists http://cpj.org/2014/02/attacks-on-the-press-security-sexual-assault.php A sensitive if not taboo subject in much of the world, sexual violence often goes unreported. Covering sexual assault, including rape, can bring swift and unpredictable repercussions, leaving many journalists and others torn over how best to navigate the risks. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The Chief Speaks: Men as rape victims considered taboo Published by The Stylus: The College at Brockport's award-winning newspaper since 1914 By Nicolette Clark EDITOR_IN_CHIEF Published: Tuesday, February 4, 2014 Updated: Tuesday, February 4, 2014 11:02 I almost decided to retire my column on sexual assault this semester. Almost. But when I was searching […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Reverse Rape at Cheer Time Revolution Tiger Tale: the Student News Site of Prairie Grove High School by Steppen Clark, Editor January 27, 2014 In the average rape case, if there is such a thing as an average rape, males are usually sexually assaulting females. That’s a […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Don't Blame the Victim by Amanda Nist Granite Bay Today November 1, 2013 Opinion Piece Sometimes, it’s just easier to blame the victim. People can’t admit to themselves that a friend, a family member, or someone they admire could rape someone, so they take the easy route and say it’s the victim who caused […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Real men don’t cry: Mixed messages and myths about male sexual assault Published in the University of Alaska-Fairbanks The Sun Star: http://www.uafsunstar.com/archives/25336 Lakeidra Chavis/Sun Star Editor-in-Chief Oct. 15, 2013 When I was in seventh grade, we discussed sexual assault in class and my teacher gave statistics of sexual assault prevalence by gender. My male friend […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
James Landrith interviewed for segment on “Male Rape Victims”, originally aired on October 12, 2013 on The Jake Pentland Show: Check Out Entertainment Podcasts at Blog Talk Radio with Uncensored Radio on BlogTalkRadio with the UnCensored Radio podcast on BlogTalkRadioContinue Reading... No Comments.
Against his will: Female-on-male rape By Sarah LeTrent, CNN updated 10:52 AM EDT, Thu October 10, 2013 (CNN) — "Go back to sleep." Groggy from a night of drinking, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Don Draper Was Raped Mad Men's non-consensual encounter between a young, frightened Dick Whitman and a prostitute didn't generate as much chatter as its gender-reversed scenario might have. Why? published in The Atlantic ABIGAIL RINEJUN 18 2013, 8:02 AM ET In an episode of Mad Men last month, a prostitute named Aimee […]Continue Reading... No Comments.