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Consent: Not actually that complicated

A short one today as my life is currently very complicated and conspiring against my preference to spend all of my days working out what to blog. 1,089 more words

My Opinions Let Me Show You Them

Des reblogged this on AccordingtoDes and commented:

Consent explained by tea. I absolutely love this! What a clear, easy way to understand consent!

Joe, please read this email --

Dear Vice-President Biden,

Forgive us for calling you Joe, but when you sent Martha this email, you used her first name, and it was such a nice, personal touch, we thought you wouldn’t mind.  670 more words

Open Letters

These 10 Rape Prevention tips are EVERYTHING! 

I saw this image on Facebook and it gave me so much life:

One day, I hope to live in a world where instead of telling people (Read: women and sexual minorities) what to do to protect themselves from being raped, we teach people not to rape and make the sanctions for rape so horrible that people don’t want to rape. 176 more words

Random

Self defense course teaches sexual assault awareness

Dylan Haviland – General Assignment Reporter 

For universities sexual assault has become a prominent issue, being brought to light by students and faculty. The battle against sexual assault has been reinforced by campus police and school programs, bringing in information that both physically and mentally assist a student. 479 more words

News

Police.us.org: Arming College Women Is A Bad Rape Prevention Idea

Police.us.org is very concerned about the safety of women. We understand that there is a sexual assault problem, especially on America’s college campuses. But Police.us.org believes that a new movement to arm college students to prevent sexual assault is an idea that will backfire. 253 more words

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International Women's Day 2015

Tomorrow, March 8, is a day set aside to celebrate the economic, political and social achievements of women past, present and future. Women’s rights have come a long way since the first International Women’s Day in 1911 but we still have a long way to go. 440 more words