Everyday Victim Blaming

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Julian Assange

.@ecotricity “responds” to concerns about their support for Julian Assange

ADMIN: Following legal discussions with legal representatives of Ecotricity, we are publishing this statement:  “Ecotricity’s tweet regarding Julian Assange on 5 February 2016  mistakenly gave the impression that Ecotricity appeared to support rape culture, which it does not.  Ecotricity were unaware of the legal circumstances of Julian Assange’s various court appearances in the UK or more »

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.@ecotricity comes out in support of rape culture

ADMIN: Following legal discussions with legal representatives of Ecotricity, we are publishing this statement:  “Ecotricity’s tweet regarding Julian Assange on 5 February 2016  mistakenly gave the impression that Ecotricity appeared to support rape culture, which it does not.  Ecotricity were unaware of the legal circumstances of Julian Assange’s various court appearances in the UK or that more »

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Richard Dawkins, Julian Assange and the case of the missing dictionary

  Richard Dawkins seems to have misplaced his dictionary in this recent tweet to Julian Assange. Dawkins has confused the word ‘confined” with “chosen to hide out in the Ecuadorian embassy rather than be held legally accountable for his own behaviour”. Here at EVB, we like to refer to both Assange and Dawkins as rape more »

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Rapists are not “sex pests”

The dictionary definition of pest is “an annoying or troublesome person” and yet The Metro has used the term sex pest to refer to a 68 year old man who has been arrested in France for what appears to be multiple counts of rape (as ever, The Metro is low on details and big on more »

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