Category: survivors

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Domestic Violence in a Stay Home World

It’s a pandemic inside a pandemic, and one that could have been–and was–accurately predicted by any experienced service care provider: In the world of lockdown due to COVID-19, cases of domestic violence are on the rise, but calls and reports have fallen drastically. As the world shuts down, so does the willingness of victims to…
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#MeToo vs. Donna Rotonnu

I’ve been following the Harvey Weinstein trial since it started just over a week ago and I have questions. Many questions. We all do, I know. But there’s one that really keeps haunting me and every time I see another photo like the one below, it bothers me more and more: Are we really sure…
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It Took Two Years & 100 Women To Prosecute Weinstein. Why Aren’t We Asking Why?

On January 6, 2020, Harvey Weinstein limped into court with help from his walker and his enablers for the first day of his New York City trial to face charges of rape among other assault accusations. That same day, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office held a press conference to announce four charges against…
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