Everyday Victim Blaming

challenging institutional disbelief around domestic & sexual violence and abuse

Share Your Experience

EVB is a trainingconsultancy and campaigning organisation. We actively campaign to have the voice of victim-survivors heard, and for the responsibility to be placed wholly on the perpetrators of domestic and sexual violence and abuse.

 

Share your thoughts

Share your thoughts, views and experiences of victim blaming in relation to domestic abuse & violence, sexual abuse and exploitation.  You can submit anonymously, or use a pseudonym to identify your post. We will manually approve any images that are posted, to save us dealing with lots of spam.

We accept submissions from everyone - this is a safe space for people to share their views, thoughts and experiences.  We will not make judgement about your choices, or comment about your behaviour.  If you are disclosing domestic abuse & violence, sexual abuse or exploitation, we believe you.

If your submission contains any language or comments that are linked to victim blaming, Admin will highlight any concerns in the comments. This is not meant to 'pick fault', but as we know that victim blaming is ingrained in our society, it is easy to do it without realising.

Please note that any submissions you make may be publicised by our organisation, whilst retaining anonymity of the sender.  We request that any identifying information is removed prior to submission, unless you are happy for this information to be made public.

We will not publish or share your email with any other organisation.  For more information, please see our Data Protection & Confidentiality policies here.

If you are commenting on a post, comments are moderated to keep our users safe - please do not use language that is abusive, derogatory, sexist, racist, ableist, classist, homophobic, transphobic or discusses false allegations.  If you do, your comment will not be published.

Under "name" you can use one of the following: your real name, a pseudonym, 'anonymous', or a letter. We are committed to protecting the privacy of those who submit posts to our site and we understand how important it is for people to remain anonymous when sharing their personal experiences.

Please select your image(s) to upload.

 

You can also contact us at everydayvictimblaming@gmail.com

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