Sexual violence can change the way a person experiences sex – and if you’re a survivor, you deserve to take care of yourself in any sexual encounters you choose to engage in. We hope these tips will help.
“When cell phone commercials get too real.” How can we protect ourselves when police officers’ biases so often lead to brutality against people of color? Franchesca “Chescaleigh” Ramsey’s got one idea, with a dash of humor to confront this issue head on.
How do you feel when you’re harassed on the street? Anger, self-blame, vulnerability, and more can come up not only during an incident of harassment, but after it’s over. Here are some tools to help make navigating the world a little less draining.
How do you think an assistant principal should respond to a student’s attack? This reaction will horrify you – and unfortunately, it’s not unusual. We’re thankful for this survivor’s courage in sharing her story.
This author’s excitement about her pregnancy was quickly replaced by terror. If you’re a survivor of sexual violence, maybe you can relate to these struggles – and hopefully these ideas can help you cope.
There was a terrible backlash after actor Shia LaBeouf told a reporter that a woman raped him. And unfortunately, the jokes made at his expense are not unusual. Here’s why the truth about male rape survivors is no laughing matter.
“If you’re doing anti-street harassment work and you’re not actively advocating for the rights of parents to nurse in public, then your work is incomplete” – and this author wants you to understand exactly why.