Everyday Victim Blaming

challenging institutional disbelief around domestic & sexual violence and abuse

March, 2016

David Dinsmore, former Sun editor guilty of breaching Sexual Offences Act

We are extremely pleased to see that David Dinsmore, former editor of the Sun has been found guilty of breaching the Sexual Offences Act for publishing a picture of the victim of Adam Johnson that made her identifiable to people on her Facebook despite her face being pixelated. Since the inception of this campaign, we more »

Hypocrisy of media in dealing with child sexual abuse

This image speaks for itself:   Note: Why we do not use the term paedophile … It has become clear that the term ‘paedophile’ is now most commonly used to collectively describe child sexual abusers. It seems to refer to a type of abuser – usually one who is abusing children outside of the familial more »

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Million Women Rise – #WhyWeRise

We can not attend the Million Women Rise march today but we stand in solidarity with the women marching in Central London. We can end male violence against women and girls within in the UK and globally. This includes state sanctioned violence, such as the so-called ‘austerity’ cuts, discriminatory government policies, poorly trained police, social more »

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