Everyday Victim Blaming

challenging institutional disbelief around domestic & sexual violence and abuse

June, 2016

CSE is not self-harm

During a meeting where were discussing the definition of self-harm (I work in Mental health) someone who works with young people said that ‘you could say that CSE is a form of self-harm’. This is my response to that. No CSE is not self-harm. Saying CSE is a form of self-harm is dangerous, it places more »

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The context in which VAWG occurs

One of the most common refrains in the media when a man chooses to physically harm of kill is current or former partner is ‘it was an isolated incidents’. In the UK, we have 2 of these ‘isolated incidents’ a week – a statistic that does not include mothers, daughters, sisters, and grandmothers murdered by more »

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Neil Deller: Men who view images of children being sexually abused are high risk perpetrators

Neil Deller received a community order, will have to attend an “internet sex offender treatment programme”, and “five-year sexual harm prevention order under which his internet activity is controlled and monitored”. Deller pled guilty to seven offences “involving downloading and possession of child porn”. He was found in possession of “3,500 images and videos of child more »

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Refusal to pay maintenance is a form of child abuse.

Today is Father’s Day. Whilst the media, and all high street shops, celebrate men, we’d like to raise the issue of financial abuse of children. We want to talk about all the children in the UK currently living in poverty because their fathers, and it is overwhelmingly men, refuse to pay child maintenance. A report more »

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