In just two sentences, Cressida Dick managed to deflect blame, shield herself from responsibility, exonerate a rapist, and uphold rape culture.
Victim-blaming and the exoneration of the assailant
Hi huns. Welcome to Body Politics. Here, we will talk about all things related to the fight for full body autonomy for all. We’ll talk about fun things…
Dispelling the myth that women must be docile, quiet, and content -- especially in a society that permits, encourages, validates, and excuses violence …
It is awfully hard to love yourself when the society in which you live deems your “self” less important than others’.
None of us are strangers to the term self-care. But do we have an understanding of this term’s real meaning?
Under a Trump presidency, rape culture thrives. He will never dismantle a system that has benefitted him so greatly.
From his terrible legal record to his long history of degrading women to the horrifying list of sexual assault allegations against him, Trump has an ap…
It’s not as loud or obvious as societal inequality or outward chauvinism. It’s a slower, quieter way of stripping women of power. It’s death by a thous…
The theory and research behind Mary Morgan's short art film in which she addresses her sexual assailant for the first time.
Unpacking ingrained societal myths around women's nudity