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Why Don't We Start Telling Men Not To Drink As Rape Prevention?
Senior Editor/Reporter, The Huffington Post
Yoffe mentions that she's spoken with a three recent college graduates who were the survivors of assaults. Great. But after I spoke with dozens of current and former students who survived sexual violence, I have a much different take than the solution being these women should drink less.
Why We Cannot Be Part of the 54 Percent of Women Who Do Not Report Sexual Assault
Creator and Editor, 'Desire: Women Write About Wanting'
Rape has always been about power, not about sex, despite the myriad misunderstandings about the crime itself and the shaming of the victims. So I say we give up our privacy in the fight for justice, for education: in the quest to take back some of the power we have lost by being attacked.
State of Emergency: The War on Women's Bodies
Feminist, filmmaker, writer, poet, activist and author
In South Africa the war on women is nothing less than a national calamity as women and children have become victims of a current crisis of masculinity. Whether it is centered on white paranoia, privileged entitlement or economic desperation, the rage is turned onto women.
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