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A Greater Community – The National Sexual Assault Conference from One Advocate’s Perspective

All over the United States, there are people hard at work to end sexual assault and rape. We work full-time or part-time. Sometimes we volunteer. We go to hospitals to be with survivors at midnight after an assault. 1,298 more words

Stabler in jail

Sence eliot stabler left new york s.v.u,every one had lost touch with him. While he had a celebrated carer, he also had some blemises on his carer. 312 more words


The Cinema Penitentiary diaries July 22- 30 2015

  1.  Hitchcock famously said one of the few things he regretted was killing the boy who carried the terrorist bomb in”Sabotage,” yet that scene gives this 1936 political thriller a contemporary realism that was far ahead of its time.
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Ex-prison guard accused of forcing female inmates to have sex with him

ATLANTA (AP) — A former high-ranking corrections officer at a southeast Georgia women’s prison used his position of power to prey on inmates, targeting their vulnerabilities and forcing them to have sex with him, according to investigators. 1,219 more words


Report: Transgender Georgia inmate suing for safe housing allegedly raped again | Crime | Macon.com

The Telegraph in Macon is reporting that Ashley Diamond, the 36-year-old transgender woman who sued the state of Georgia for refusal to provide safe housing and hormonal treatment, was raped in prison as recently as June 10, while the trial is underway: 269 more words


Unhelpful Myths About The Sexual Assault and Rape of Men

Someone remarked recently that it seemed my blog followers are mostly women. It’s true. There is a larger ratio of female to male bloggers, so it makes sense that I would have less male followers. 715 more words

Adults Molested As Children

State Moves To Address Prison Rapes

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) – The number of substantiated cases of sexual abuse inside Connecticut’s prisons and halfway houses rose from two in 2013 to 14 last year, something state officials and victims’ advocates say is actually a good thing. 105 more words