“Speaking the Unspeakable”: Sexual Violence in Conflict — Girls’ Globe

Their suffering and desperation was so great that they begged them to kill them, to end their pain once and for all… but the men who had been raping them replied, “No, we’re going to leave you alive so you can die of sadness.” This is the harrowing story told in the documentary “The Uncondemned” of […]

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Sex-pozzies and their “feminist porn” — Purple Sage

A piece of anti-feminist propaganda published in the Guardian recently preaches that yes, feminists can have rape fantasies! And it’s all subversive and revolutionary when we do, of course. The title of the article is Spanking, caning and consent play: how feminist porn frees women from shame. The main gist of this article is that […]

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“If we really cared about sexual violence we would…” — Your NZ

Catriona MacLennan is ‘a barrister, journalist, author and media commentator, who has practised law in areas including family and domestic violence’. In High time to end sexual violence double-standards (RNZ) she refers to apparent police inaction over alleged threats to attack and potentially kill people who planned a protest against ‘rape culture’ in Wellington, and […]

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What it’s like to be a woman in 2016 — That Bookshelf Bitch

Frankly, 2016 is an incredibly frightening time to be a woman. On some days, I find myself lying wide awake, not wanting to sleep but not quite having the motivation to get out of bed either. On some days, I struggle with deciding what outfit to put on not because I have plenty of clothes […]

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