Posts Tagged "violence"

Welcome to Hell

Welcome to Hell

WELCOME TO HELL This is an important milestone that women are inviting men to the hell they experience EVERY SINGLE DAY! Join us!

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Men are scared after #MeToo? Think what it’s like for women

Men are scared after #MeToo? Think what it’s like for women

American men are afraid. They’re fretting over their ability to give a colleague a well-meaning hug without it being interpreted as lecherous, worried that the scores of powerful men being fired is a sign of a full-blown “sex panic”, and that the era of #MeToo is “criminalizing courtship”. As the women of Saturday Night Live put it: “Welcome to hell, now you’re in our boat.” You...

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Hole Helped Free Dozens During Pulse Shooting

Hole Helped Free Dozens During Pulse Shooting

Orlando police chief John Mina’s decision to blast a hole through an outside wall at Pulse provided an exit for many trapped inside – including the shooter.Police photos issued hours after the Orlando attack show a simple hole in a wall, about 4ft high and 3ft feet wide. It looks unassuming, just a gap in the grey concrete blocks, but for dozens of men and women who had been cowering behind...

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Standing up to Rape Culture

Standing up to Rape Culture

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, a time to amplify the stories of survivors and inspire individuals to take action to stop sexual violence in their communities. That’s why this week, we’re asking you to tweet that you believe victims of sexual assault. Together, we can stand with survivors and challenge the cycle of violence. We’re making progress thanks to films like...

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Amour of Light: Documentary

Amour of Light:  Documentary

A new documentary opening this week focuses on two individuals who form an unlikely alliance to address gun violence in the United States. “The Armor of Light,” by Abigail Disney, follows the evangelical minister Rev. Rob Schenck, an evangelical known for his anti-choice activism, and Lucia McBath, the mother of Jordan Davis, the African-American teenager who was shot to death by a...

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