Everyday Victim Blaming

challenging institutional disbelief around domestic & sexual violence and abuse

October, 2016

End Demand campaign

The End Demand campaign’s choice to use photographs of women, semi dressed, gained without their consent, to create a fake escort site sickens me. Our dead sisters are NOT a political football for you to kick around the Internet to have your “Aha! She’s dead!” moment with sex buyers. Feminist Current’s supportive and ignorant coverage more »

The Naming of Elena Ferrante

The identity of Elena Ferrante is a secret well-guarded by her publisher. At the request of Ferrante. Ferrante has made it clear on multiple occasions that she does not want her art confused with her real life. This may not seem something that our campaign would necessarily concern ourselves with but there are multiple reasons more »

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You can’t escape your past, but you can walk away from victim blaming (content note for graphic depictions of rape)

I had just turned 16 when it first happened. I was unpopular, the first girl to develop curves I only understood years later were just hallmarks of womanhood and not obesity, and while I was good at school, I wasn’t going to win any academic scholarships any time soon. This was all very disappointing to more »

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