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Exposed: Inexcusable Me . . . Irreplaceable Him is one woman’s courageous journey down the path of spiritual self-discovery. 105 more words


Take Back the Night March in Monroe County

STROUDSBURG – Dozens of people marched in Monroe County Thursday night for Take Back the Night.

The Feminist Alliance of East Stroudsburg University partnered with Women’s Resources of Monroe County to denounce sexual violence. 83 more words


Marywood University ‘Releases the Light’

SCRANTON — Some college students took time out of their day to raise awareness about sexual assaults on campus.

The event called “Release the Light” was hosted at Marywood University Thursday night by the school counseling center. 127 more words


Men March in Heels to Take Stand Against Sexual Assault

POTTSVILLE — Communities across our area marked Sexual Assault Awareness Month, including one gathering in Pottsville.

Men put on high heels and walk around the city Thursday for the annual event called “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes.” 48 more words


Sexual Assault Awareness Month

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and many of Georgia College’s student organizations are working hard to raise awareness of the issue. GC 360 reporter Dallas Yeatts has the story on what organizations like Project BRAVE and BRAVEHeart are doing to fight sexual assault.

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Strong as Stone: "I am no longer a victim, but a survivor"

Moving into her first apartment in Boston after graduating college, a young woman never expected that in October 2011, her whole world would be turned upside down by a man she never even met. 717 more words


Cleaning Out Your Fridge – Advice for Survivors (Healing from the Inside Out)

“I thought I dealt with the abuse. I went 10, 20, 30 years without issue so why is it coming up now?” This is a common statement from survivors, especially those of us in the ‘older generations’ who were not as comfortable as the new generation in ‘therapy’ and blogging and posting our feelings and inner struggles for the world to empathize or judge. 1,027 more words