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Self-care techniques for women impacted by exposure to sexual violence media coverage
Self-care techniques for women impacted by exposure to sexual violence media coverage
Sexual harassment, violence and abuse is everywhere in the media. In today’s hyperconnected world, it can be difficult to take a healthy ‘time out’ when we need to. Overhearing or being included in casual conversations initiated by media coverage can be equally difficult to navigate. This resource was produced for International Women's Day 2018 by the Mental Health Foundation with support and guidance from Rape Crisis England & Wales and Support After Rape & Sexual Violence Leeds (SARSVL)
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Rebuilding Lives: Ending Sexual Violence
Rebuilding Lives: Ending Sexual Violence
A poster advertising Rape Crisis England & Wales and its web address.
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Drinking is not a Crime. Rape Is.
Drinking is not a Crime. Rape Is.
No matter how much she’s drunk… No matter what she’s wearing… No matter if you’ve already kissed… … sex without consent is rape. If there’s any doubt about whether a woman has drunk too much to give consent, assume she hasn’t given it. Responsibility for rape will always lie with the rapist.
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