Tag Archives: Rape Myths

Sandusky Trial: Healing vs. Justice

Thoughts about healing and justice for sexual abuse survivors as the Sandusky trial begins. Continue reading

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Do Colleges Protect Rapists?

NPR and The Center for Public Integrity conducted an investigation of how reports of sexual assault are handled on college campuses and found that colleges almost never expel men even when they are found responsible for sexual assault. Continue reading

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Sexual Assault Myths and Facts

Sexual Assault Myths serve to direct attention away from the perpetrator and often focus on blaming the victim and maintain the status quo of oppression. Challenging myths is one part of making change. Continue reading

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