violence against women


Why the Duggars Should be Prosecuted: One Girlfriend’s Tragic Past

She listened to me, then explained gently that because of what I’d told her that she had to contact the authorities.

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In Other News: Nigerian Military Rescues Hundreds of Women from Boko Haram

Coverage of the Kentucky Derby and the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight overshadowed what should have been a time for celebration and healing.

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University of Maryland’s Lacrosse Mean Girls Still on Team

Today ****** was about to shoot an 8 meter and I was playing defense on her and I said some shit like oh fuck yeah and I didn’t even remotely try to check her stick, I tried to fucking swipe that bitch’s head off.”

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On this MLK Day, Remember to Honor His Mother

The Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. said, “It really boils down to this: that all life is interrelated. We are all caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tired into a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one destiny, affects all indirectly.”

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Oregon Players Who Chanted “No Means No” will be Disciplined

If you caught the Florida State vs. Oregon game yesterday then you were treated to more than just a lopsided football game. What happened after Oregon’s thumping of last year’s college football National Champs says a lot about America’s next generation of leaders.

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Would you call the police if this was happening next door?

Do you find this post ” patently offensive to prevailing standards in the adult community with respect to what is suitable material for minors?” Well consider this: if a neighbor was standing in front of his window doing exactly the same thing in from of children, would you have him arrested?

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My Weekend with Eminem, Lorde, Lana Del Rey, John Mayer and TwentyOnePilots

More than 60,000 people attended this year’s event including me, Eminem, Lorde, Lana Del Rey, John Mayer, the Zac Brown Band, Iggy Azalea, Jack White, Third Eye Blind, TwentyOnePilots, B.o.B. and more.

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This man kidnapped his daughter’s killer for justice, would you?

For 30 years, French accountant Andre Bamberski, (76),  and father to Kalinka devoted his life and hundreds of thousands of dollars to bring her killer to justice. In the end, he took the  law into his own hands, hiring two men to kidnap her killer from his home in Germany and deposit him restrained, bleeding […]

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George Will: “Micro-Aggressions” = Campus Sexual Assaults

No doubt George Will expected a firestorm after he labeled campus sexual assaults: ‘”micro-aggressions,” often not discernible to the untutored eye.

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75 Year-old Rape Victim Waives Right to Anonymity to Reveal Convicted Rapist

She has not made any attempt to pretend the events that led her to the Central Criminal Court from her Dundalk home on March 13, 2011 has been anything less than excruciatingly painful. But she is alive and she will carry on and she will most definitely ensure that her rapist will be known for his despicable actions.

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When Violence Against Women is Ignored

I was slightly shocked that the men would do this so openly, but when I read Fox News’ note of warning on their page, I began to wonder if violence against women was so mainstream that it no longer warrants a single reference. Fox News does caution viewers against one thing (if you speak Russian…)

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India Can’t Save Women from Rape: Creates Gun for Her

It’s hard to look at India and not wonder what happened to the once thriving culture and home to the man of peace, Mahatma Gandhi. Today, it is defined by violence against women that is brutal, systemic and pervasive, leaving no individual woman safe from its grip on society.

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ReadyHouston’s RUN. HIDE. FIGHT.®

The City of Houston’s ReadyHouston group had the brilliance to develop this film on violence in the workplace entitled, RUN. HIDE. FIGHT.® Surviving an Active Shooter Event. Every single person in America should watch this.

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Violence Against Women and the Zimmerman Verdict

If you peel away the layers of what happened between George Zimmerman and Trayvon Martin on the night of February 26, 2012, you are left with a series of events set in motion by Zimmerman who 1) judged Martin to be suspicious because of his clothing and 2) stalked Martin because of what he believed was intent to commit a crime.

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Sorority Girl Rant to 45 Senators

I’m not familiar with the sailor mouth genre of writing, but it seems to pique people’s interest more so than an intelligently worded, fact-based post that typically goes unnoticed.

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