Well, what now? Now we help those who need it. There are many organizations that someone can donate, to just name a few: RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) is the nation’s largest anti-sexual violence organization. https://www.rainn.org/ The National Alliance To End Sexual Violence (NAESV) http://endsexualviolence.org/give End Rape on Campus http://endrapeoncampus.org/donate And The Grateful […]Read more "What now?!"
As an assignment from my Professor, I was told to show my blog to three different people and asked them questions about what they thought of my blog. I had a few ideas in mind about who to ask to interview, but eventually I knew I wanted to interview. People who had a different mindset […]Read more "Sharing my Blog with Others"
In the news, you hear of Universities and college campuses covering up rape and sexual assault claims to try and keep their college’s reputations clean. In early January of 2015, the DOE’s Office for Civil Rights was conducting 97 investigations at 94 universities over concerns that schools had mishandled cases of sexual assault (Kulze, 2015). […]Read more "College Campus Cover-Ups"
Rape in the Military. It is so controversial because no one wants to believe that the people who fight to protect our country are capable of abusing and dehumanizing their own brothers and sisters in uniform. There are so many cases that are covered up by whoever the Military or the Government, that are blatantly […]Read more "Rape in the Military"
I think it was important to explore Rape Culture because I have my opinions about the subject and I know some statics and some facts about it from my research, but it was interesting to see what those my age did and did not know about Rape Culture. Most of the students I interviewed seemed […]Read more "Surveying My Peers"