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- National Stalking Awareness Day (4/24/2014)
- Three cheers for the reduction in Violent Crime! Hip Hip…Oh. Wait. (4/23/2014)
- Holding our politicians accountable (4/15/2014)
- WE NEED YOUR HELP! (4/12/2014)
- Professionals working with those who have experienced abuse – Survey Results (4/9/2014)
- Vogue Italy target Domestic Violence in new edition. (content note for images) (4/3/2014)
- An anti-rape campaign which triggers survivors (content note for image and language) (4/2/2014)
- HMIC Report into Domestic Abuse (3/27/2014)
- Campaign Update: information from PCCs (3/25/2014)
- The Police & Crime Commissioners work for YOU. (3/11/2014)
- Special Contributors April 2014: Sexual Violence (4/17/2014)
- Special Contributors – 6-31st March 2014 (3/7/2014)
- Safety Advice and what it means. (11/4/2013)
- The Mitigation of Men’s Violence *Updated* (10/24/2013)
- Research Request – Excuses, Excuses (10/17/2013)
- Shame, self blame, and a perception of safety. (10/10/2013)
- Language used by Prosecutors (9/24/2013)
- #DearCJSprofessionals – twitter, we need your help! (9/14/2013)
- The consequences of victimisation and abuse. (8/24/2013)
- Our policy on Facebook – We need your help! (8/23/2013)
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- Relationship Expert: Ladies, Want a Stalker? (4/24/2014)
- It’s hard enough for women to report sexual abuse without the system letting them down (4/24/2014)
- Rape and domestic violence brushed aside with eight easy words (4/23/2014)
- An Open Response to Shecky Magazine: On Everyday Victim Blaming & Rape Culture in Comedy by @thebobbieoliver (4/23/2014)
- Sexual Violence: Taking control of a person’s emotional, mental, and physical person by not only the perpetrator but by society (4/17/2014)
- Rape victims: seen and not heard (4/15/2014)
- Anonymity for rape defendants – bad idea in 1975, 2010 and now (4/14/2014)
- The Problem Is You (content note) (4/14/2014)
- Alas Smith and Tones: the ongoing inappropriate reporting of the Pistorius murder tiral (4/14/2014)
- Abandoned with my trauma (4/12/2014)
- Institutionalised “Domestic” Abuse (4/12/2014)
- Rape is only ever enjoyed by rapists (content note for rape) (4/11/2014)
- Barbara Driver and the idea of rape as something we can choose to enjoy (content note for rape) (4/11/2014)
- Appalling reporting on the Nigel Evans verdict by the BBC (4/10/2014)
- The art of embellishing the histrionics of Pistorius (4/10/2014)
- Street harassment is responsible for men not getting enough sexy-times. (4/9/2014)
- Who, exactly, is the victim here? (4/8/2014)
- Consent: Defining Reasonable Belief (4/8/2014)
- I mattered less than other victims (4/5/2014)
- Consent in Institutional Sexism (4/5/2014)
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