Sexual Assault Survivor Chessy Prout is advocating for other survivors in Washington, D.C., by working with PAVE.
Why You Should Stop Assuming Sexual Assault Survivor’s Lives Are Ruined.
Yoga is an effective form of therapy to help sexual survivors heal.
Charlie Coleman, brother of Daisy Coleman who was featured in the Netflix Documentary Audrie & Daisy, talks about rape culture and sexual assault.
Teen Vogue interviews three sexual assault survivors and the cyberbullying they experienced after their rapes.
16-year-old Bella from Ashland, Oregon formed the group “Survivors Circle,” a private club for sexual assault student survivors.
One survivor’s brave account of her rape, the years of suffering, and her healing process.
Senator Jeanne Shaheen is making an important point about how we talk about sexual assault survivors.
Mandi Gray and a number of other sexual assault survivors sent $7M in invoices to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to demonstrate how expensive rape is.
Actress AnnaLynne McCord speaks publicly about her sexual assault.
“My independence, natural joy, gentleness and steady lifestyle I had been enjoying became distorted beyond recognition. I became closed off,
It is very important to be inclusive when talking about sexual assault. Adult males also are sexually assaulted at an
We are taught from the moment we leave our pink nurseries we are collapsible paper dolls: light to hold, easier
The hundreds of marchers from Northwestern University were loud and raucous Friday as they rounded Sheridan Road in Evanston,
Whenever there is an allegation of rape, my immediate and first response is always going to be to believe the
Women in London are sharing locations to mark instances of sexual harassment, assault or rape around the capital in an
In 1996, Thordis Elva shared a teenage romance with Tom Stranger, an exchange student from Australia. After a school dance,
It’s been five years since Daisy Coleman was found on her family’s front lawn in Missouri, wearing only a T-shirt
The painful process of drumming ink permanently into a person’s skin is a cathartic process – at least that’s what
MTV’s Sweet/Vicious ESPN labeled Sweet/Vicious as “The Best Show You Haven’t Been Watching.” Its time to change that. True Story:
Nebraska Wesleyan University student Emma Krenzer created an art piece mapping the human body in relation to sexual assault.
You’re voting in tiny yet profound ways every single day, and this matters. This is the do-over. You vote when
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