Fourteen years. That’s how long it took me to admit to myself and others that I had survived a physically violent relationship.
How can survivors move forward into a Trump presidency when it reminds them, consistently and unrelentingly, of one of the worst experiences of their lives?
A wellness check with police deputies ended with Renee Davis – 23, five months pregnant, and a single mother of three – dead.
Alicia Harris wanted to illustrate that rape can happen at home—a fact too many women, and men, unfortunately know first-hand.
Trump supporters claim that Jessica Leeds, who recently came forward to say the presidential candidate assaulted her on a plane in the 1980s, is lying now because she didn’t come forward then. But I have a fairly good idea why she didn’t.
Do not hang your head or clench your fists
when even your friend, after hearing the story,
says: My mother would never put up with that.
I am often asked how it’s possible for domestic violence to perpetuate in one family for four generations. It took me a long time to understand this question, and even longer to answer it. It’s possible because of one word: silence.
There are a hundred things Billy Bush could have done to interrupt Trump on the spot during that now-infamous conversation they had in 2005. He failed to do any of them.
Vice President Joe Biden teamed up with Adam Devine for a video in support of the “It’s On Us” campaign to combat sexual assault on college campuses.
In mocking the sexual assault scandal at a rival school, WKU students revealed that rape culture is very much present at ours.