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REVIEW: LITTLE BROKEN THINGS, BY NICOLE BAART

I have something for you. When Quinn Cruz receives that cryptic text message from her older sister Nora, she doesn’t think much of it. They haven’t seen each other in nearly a year and thanks to Nora’s fierce aloofness, their relationship consists mostly of infrequent phone calls and an occasional email or text.

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Book Review

Consent for the confused.

Trigger warning:  Sexual Assault discussed from all angles. 2,539 more words

Social Change

Playing Catch Up From Day 1

9/24/2010

Day 1

KG,

Many, many tears. That’s all I can say. I miss you already. More than anything. Don’t know why this happened. This is all my fault.

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Assault

Domestic Violence Perpetrator Programmes are Woefully Lacking

I just stumbled across this powerpoint presentation from last year by Bates et al., it really is fantastic stuff and shows how the majority of Domestic Violence Perpetrator Programmes (DVPPs) are infested with feminist theory and are not based in evidence. 32 more words

Culture

#MeToo

The #MeToo campaign on social media has given women and men a platform on which they can share their stories of sexual harassment or sexual assault. 1,873 more words

You raped Me...How is that my fault?

There was a discussion on radio about ‘RAPE” and someone called online and made a statement about women being at fault when it comes to rape, because of the way these women dress. 445 more words

Ghanaian

Today, I Weep

Today, I weep.

For things are not as they should be.

Corruption is envied, and holiness is mocked.

Wars rage in every corner of the globe. 169 more words

Observations