I May Destroy You Destroyed Me
There Is No Grey Area: Moving On From Assaultby Dan Bennett
In my first year of university I was sexually assaulted. Since then, a huge development in understanding sexual assault through media outlets has taken place. Stories such as the well-known Brock Turner rape case and the many that were told in the ground-breaking documentary about sexual assault on U.S. college campuses, The Hunting Ground, have […]
Who Actually Created #MeToo? It’s Time to Give Credit Where It’s Dueby Dan Bennett
Last week news broke that actress Rose McGowan would be getting her own docuseries on E! News. The docuseries is titled “Citizen Rose” and will air in five parts with the first premiering on January 30th and the others this spring. According to E!, the limited series “reflects a dramatically changing world.” Now we have […]
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#MeToo : Sexual Predation Goes Beyond Hollywoodby Teresa Johnson
A few months ago, I saw a tweet on twitter by @zellieimani asking, “At what age did you first notice men were looking at you sexually?” This made me think about my own experiences growing up, as well as the experiences of friends and family members, and how desperately we need to be having this […]