Violence Against Women Is A Pandemic With No Vaccine On The Horizonby Miriam TaginiOne in three women - more than one billion women worldwide - experience physical or sexual violence in their lifetime, usually by an intimate partn...
A Tale of Abuseby Brittni Alahmar
Kill me. As a victim of domestic violence I spoke these words into existence, carefully carving them into my subconscious for three whole years. Rewiring my brain to believe that death would be my only exit from abuse, I longed for an end. Not just any end, but the most fatal of its kind. Towards […]
When I Hit You: The Power of Fictionby Amara Lawrence
On the 11th of August I attended a discussion about the novel When I Hit You, where the author Meena Kandasamy was present. The discussion was centred on blurring the lines between fact and fiction, and Kandasamy brought up an interesting point about the way we use the truth. According to Kandasamy when we are […]