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. “why don’t they just leave?” let’s call it what it is: an attempt to separate “bad survivors” from “good survivors” so they can maintain a worldview that if you Follow The Rules you’ll be safe or get justice and if you don’t it’s your fault if you get abused. Fuck That Victim Blaming Loser Bitch Energy. The system doesn’t work like that & neither does the real world. We have to Listen To, Empower, and Support survivors and trust that they will make the best choice for themselves in their unique situations!! Not to mention that question is reductive as hell, on average a survivor will attempt to leave 7 times before successfully leaving an abusive relationship.  leaving takes resources when many are financially abused, it takes a support system when abusers socially isolate as a form of manipulation, it takes a plan & it sometimes takes risking ur life!! So maybe let’s redirect some of that victim blaming disappointing bitch energy & channel it into actually listening and supporting survivors and their agency!!!! .
#intimatepartnerviolence #domesticviolence #domesticviolenceawareness #interpersonalviolence #relationshipabuse #victimblaming
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    . “why don’t they just leave?” let’s call it what it is: an attempt to separate “bad survivors” from “good survivors” so they can maintain a worldview that if you Follow The Rules you’ll be safe or get justice and if you don’t it’s your fault if you get abused. Fuck That Victim Blaming Loser Bitch Energy. The system doesn’t work like that & neither does the real world. We have to Listen To, Empower, and Support survivors and trust that they will make the best choice for themselves in their unique situations!! Not to mention that question is reductive as hell, on average a survivor will attempt to leave 7 times before successfully leaving an abusive relationship. leaving takes resources when many are financially abused, it takes a support system when abusers socially isolate as a form of manipulation, it takes a plan & it sometimes takes risking ur life!! So maybe let’s redirect some of that victim blaming disappointing bitch energy & channel it into actually listening and supporting survivors and their agency!!!! .
    #intimatepartnerviolence #domesticviolence #domesticviolenceawareness #interpersonalviolence #relationshipabuse #victimblaming

  •  114  2  43 minutes ago
  • Voilà pourquoi je tenais à faire un thème sur la #SaintValentin car c’est une journée dédié à l’amour que les PN adorent gâcher. Iel sera toujours d’un avis contradictoire à la victime. Tu ne la fêtes pas ? Iel t’insulte de ne pas être romantique. Tu aimes ce jour de l’année ? Comme par hasard, iel trouve ça ringard et n’a jamais rien fait avec les autres donc pourquoi ça changerait ? 😒 Sachez que les PN feront tout pour gâcher cette journée volontairement et ce n’est pas votre faute contrairement à ce qu’iels vous diront 💪🏼💕
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PN : Pervers.e Narcissique
📌 Une phrase ne suffit pas à diagnostiquer un.e PN, il faut un ensemble de caractéristiques.
📌 Le #VictimBlaming n’est pas toléré sur la page.
📌 Merci de ne pas juger les expériences des autres.
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#BalanceTonPN #BalanceTaPN #AbusMental #RelationToxique #ViolencePsychologique #ViolenceVerbale #ViolenceMorale #Harcèlement #Couple #Insulte #PerversNarcissique #PerverseNarcissique
  • Voilà pourquoi je tenais à faire un thème sur la #SaintValentin car c’est une journée dédié à l’amour que les PN adorent gâcher. Iel sera toujours d’un avis contradictoire à la victime. Tu ne la fêtes pas ? Iel t’insulte de ne pas être romantique. Tu aimes ce jour de l’année ? Comme par hasard, iel trouve ça ringard et n’a jamais rien fait avec les autres donc pourquoi ça changerait ? 😒 Sachez que les PN feront tout pour gâcher cette journée volontairement et ce n’est pas votre faute contrairement à ce qu’iels vous diront 💪🏼💕
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    PN : Pervers.e Narcissique
    📌 Une phrase ne suffit pas à diagnostiquer un.e PN, il faut un ensemble de caractéristiques.
    📌 Le #VictimBlaming n’est pas toléré sur la page.
    📌 Merci de ne pas juger les expériences des autres.
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    #BalanceTonPN #BalanceTaPN #AbusMental #RelationToxique #ViolencePsychologique #ViolenceVerbale #ViolenceMorale #Harcèlement #Couple #Insulte #PerversNarcissique #PerverseNarcissique

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  • A study revealed that 1/3 of people in Britain believe that a woman who acts flirtatiously is partially to blame for being raped.

The person at fault is the rapist, not the victim. Not how someone is dressed, acts, her sexual history, how she talks or who she talks to. Stop blaming the victim. 
#victimblaming #consent #metoo #feminist #feminism
  • A study revealed that 1/3 of people in Britain believe that a woman who acts flirtatiously is partially to blame for being raped.

    The person at fault is the rapist, not the victim. Not how someone is dressed, acts, her sexual history, how she talks or who she talks to. Stop blaming the victim.
    #victimblaming #consent #metoo #feminist #feminism

  •  11  0  22 hours ago
  • Did you know 1/3 of people blame women for their sexual assaults? Based on what they wear, how they walk, talk, act, smile, wave, or dance. Non of these things are EVER an invitation and people need to realise this. When we smile, this is not us inviting you to touch us.Did you know one in four girls will be sexually assaulted by the time they are eighteen? Eighteen.I blamed myself, for wearing fishnets and a short skirt when the man, a friend of a friend whom I still have to see, aggressively forced his hand down my skirt and groped at my chest. It wasn’t until it happened again when I was wearing jeans and a t shirt that I realised, it really doesn’t fucking matter what you wear, this is about power. You will not define me or take my power away from me. Sure we tell women “wear whatever you want” but when it comes down to it, mothers and fathers are terrified when their daughters go out dressed in something short, and when we confide in someone about a sexual assault, a lot of the time the first question addressed is “what we’re you wearing?” Clearly, that does not fucking matter. In December I had a man over to stay, we had sex in the evening and he wanted more in the morning, seems harmless fun. I did not want to I said no. No means fucking no. At what point does “no” invite this 6foot4 16 stone man to pile on top of my 5foot4 10 stone body. In shortness, I didn’t stand a chance. He had my hands either side of my head, kissing down my torso after I said no. I froze in shock but soon after shook my head and decided to fight back. I pushed with all my weight to get him off I squirmed and kicked him in the shoulder. He laughed and carried on down my body. I began to shake and plead by this point, I had realised that I was fucking helpless. He laughed it off once again. I said no get off me I said I don’t want to you’re scaring me please please please. The tears streamed down my cheeks he wiped them away and STILL tried to proceed, it wasn’t until I began hysterically crying that he actually let me go and went for a shower instead. No apology. He was satisfied with the power he knew he had so let me go. Where the FUCK is my apology. #victimblaming #sexualassault
  • Did you know 1/3 of people blame women for their sexual assaults? Based on what they wear, how they walk, talk, act, smile, wave, or dance. Non of these things are EVER an invitation and people need to realise this. When we smile, this is not us inviting you to touch us.Did you know one in four girls will be sexually assaulted by the time they are eighteen? Eighteen.I blamed myself, for wearing fishnets and a short skirt when the man, a friend of a friend whom I still have to see, aggressively forced his hand down my skirt and groped at my chest. It wasn’t until it happened again when I was wearing jeans and a t shirt that I realised, it really doesn’t fucking matter what you wear, this is about power. You will not define me or take my power away from me. Sure we tell women “wear whatever you want” but when it comes down to it, mothers and fathers are terrified when their daughters go out dressed in something short, and when we confide in someone about a sexual assault, a lot of the time the first question addressed is “what we’re you wearing?” Clearly, that does not fucking matter. In December I had a man over to stay, we had sex in the evening and he wanted more in the morning, seems harmless fun. I did not want to I said no. No means fucking no. At what point does “no” invite this 6foot4 16 stone man to pile on top of my 5foot4 10 stone body. In shortness, I didn’t stand a chance. He had my hands either side of my head, kissing down my torso after I said no. I froze in shock but soon after shook my head and decided to fight back. I pushed with all my weight to get him off I squirmed and kicked him in the shoulder. He laughed and carried on down my body. I began to shake and plead by this point, I had realised that I was fucking helpless. He laughed it off once again. I said no get off me I said I don’t want to you’re scaring me please please please. The tears streamed down my cheeks he wiped them away and STILL tried to proceed, it wasn’t until I began hysterically crying that he actually let me go and went for a shower instead. No apology. He was satisfied with the power he knew he had so let me go. Where the FUCK is my apology. #victimblaming #sexualassault

  •  3  0  15 February, 2020
  • Es ist wieder Kinderbilder-im-Netz-Diskussions-Saison. Gefühlt wird diese Diskussion so oder so ähnlich immer wieder geführt, neue Argumente gibt es selten, moralische Empörung dafür umso häufiger. 
Ich denke, dass wir uns eigentlich alle einig sind, dass erniedrigende Kinderfotos nicht veröffentlicht gehören, egal ob wir sonst eher zu pro oder contra Kinderfotos im Internet tendieren. Alles andere ist glücklicherweise Sache der Eltern, oder Sache von Eltern und Kind, je nach Alter des Kindes.
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Ich bin ein bisschen erschrocken, mit welcher Selbstverständlichkeit manche meinen, besser zu wissen was für andere Eltern und Kinder gut ist. Nur weil ich für mich selber entschieden habe, nur Fotos von meinen Kindern zu posten, auf denen sie nicht so richtig zu erkennen sind, heißt das noch lange nicht, dass andere Eltern das auch so handhaben sollten. 
Ich finde, Kinder haben, Mutterschaft und alle damit einhergehenden Themen und Probleme gehören dringend in die Öffentlichkeit. Und bei manchem contra Kinderfoto Kommentar schimmert leider schon so ein 'Kinder (und Frauen) gehören nicht in die Öffentlichkeit, sondern Heim ins Private' durch, das mich unangenehm an die 50er denken lässt.
Ey, Kinder gehören auch zur Gesellschaft! Ich bin verdammt froh, dass ich so viele schöne Argumente über Teilhabe und über das sich mit anderen Müttern vernetzen gelesen habe! Es ist super viel Wert, sich mit seinen Themen nicht alleine zu fühlen!
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Meine beiden Lieblingsvorwürfe sind ja der der Kinderarbeits-Vorwurf und der Pädophile-Vorwurf:
Kinderarbeit ist einfach echt nochmal ne andere Nummer als Influencerinnen-Kinder, die mit nem Produkt fotografiert werden. Möglich, dass es im Bereich Influencer Marketing Themen gibt, die nicht ausreichend gesetzlich geregelt sind. Mir scheint es wird aber vor allem deshalb von Kinderarbeit gesprochen, weil das so schön drastisch klingt, nach Kindern, die im Bergwerk oder in der Landwirtschaft arbeiten müssen. Ich finde das keine gelungene Art und Weise, sich inhaltlich auseinander zu setzen.
Uff, weiter in den comments ⬇️⬇️
  • Es ist wieder Kinderbilder-im-Netz-Diskussions-Saison. Gefühlt wird diese Diskussion so oder so ähnlich immer wieder geführt, neue Argumente gibt es selten, moralische Empörung dafür umso häufiger.
    Ich denke, dass wir uns eigentlich alle einig sind, dass erniedrigende Kinderfotos nicht veröffentlicht gehören, egal ob wir sonst eher zu pro oder contra Kinderfotos im Internet tendieren. Alles andere ist glücklicherweise Sache der Eltern, oder Sache von Eltern und Kind, je nach Alter des Kindes.
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    Ich bin ein bisschen erschrocken, mit welcher Selbstverständlichkeit manche meinen, besser zu wissen was für andere Eltern und Kinder gut ist. Nur weil ich für mich selber entschieden habe, nur Fotos von meinen Kindern zu posten, auf denen sie nicht so richtig zu erkennen sind, heißt das noch lange nicht, dass andere Eltern das auch so handhaben sollten.
    Ich finde, Kinder haben, Mutterschaft und alle damit einhergehenden Themen und Probleme gehören dringend in die Öffentlichkeit. Und bei manchem contra Kinderfoto Kommentar schimmert leider schon so ein 'Kinder (und Frauen) gehören nicht in die Öffentlichkeit, sondern Heim ins Private' durch, das mich unangenehm an die 50er denken lässt.
    Ey, Kinder gehören auch zur Gesellschaft! Ich bin verdammt froh, dass ich so viele schöne Argumente über Teilhabe und über das sich mit anderen Müttern vernetzen gelesen habe! Es ist super viel Wert, sich mit seinen Themen nicht alleine zu fühlen!
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    Meine beiden Lieblingsvorwürfe sind ja der der Kinderarbeits-Vorwurf und der Pädophile-Vorwurf:
    Kinderarbeit ist einfach echt nochmal ne andere Nummer als Influencerinnen-Kinder, die mit nem Produkt fotografiert werden. Möglich, dass es im Bereich Influencer Marketing Themen gibt, die nicht ausreichend gesetzlich geregelt sind. Mir scheint es wird aber vor allem deshalb von Kinderarbeit gesprochen, weil das so schön drastisch klingt, nach Kindern, die im Bergwerk oder in der Landwirtschaft arbeiten müssen. Ich finde das keine gelungene Art und Weise, sich inhaltlich auseinander zu setzen.
    Uff, weiter in den comments ⬇️⬇️

  •  63  3  15 February, 2020
  • On average, at least one woman is murdered by a current or former partner every week in Australia. Far too many Australian women have experienced physical or sexual violence 🙋‍♀️As someone who has experienced this,  I am at least glad that we are starting to talk about this epidemic of gendered violence. But when I consume media reports on it, I feel utterly helpless, fustrated and well... angry. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Why? Because its all so clumsy - what with all the victim blaming, passive voice and over-identification with abusers going on its hard not to feel #triggered. And I get it, newsrooms are drastically cutting staff and resources, and the 24 hour news cycle makes it hard for journalists and editors who don't have the time or resources to bring new ways of thinking into their reporting. But there is so much danger in dehumanising stereotypes. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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Jane Gilmore's book, #FixedIt really highlighted the myths that we’re unconsciously sold about violence against women and this is illustrated in the most simple, compelling way. (swipe across to see what I mean) Reading this book made me realise the ways that the stories we are sold about gender and power connect with the stories we tell ourselves. It was confronting and necessary reading. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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  • On average, at least one woman is murdered by a current or former partner every week in Australia. Far too many Australian women have experienced physical or sexual violence 🙋‍♀️As someone who has experienced this, I am at least glad that we are starting to talk about this epidemic of gendered violence. But when I consume media reports on it, I feel utterly helpless, fustrated and well... angry. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
    Why? Because its all so clumsy - what with all the victim blaming, passive voice and over-identification with abusers going on its hard not to feel #triggered. And I get it, newsrooms are drastically cutting staff and resources, and the 24 hour news cycle makes it hard for journalists and editors who don't have the time or resources to bring new ways of thinking into their reporting. But there is so much danger in dehumanising stereotypes. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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    Jane Gilmore's book, #FixedIt really highlighted the myths that we’re unconsciously sold about violence against women and this is illustrated in the most simple, compelling way. (swipe across to see what I mean) Reading this book made me realise the ways that the stories we are sold about gender and power connect with the stories we tell ourselves. It was confronting and necessary reading. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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    What I learnt? We need to demand a lot fu#%ing better on the way we discuss and report gendered violence. How we use our words matter. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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  •  42  9  15 February, 2020

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Никогда не обвиняйте жертву.
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Во первых, обвиняя жертву вы наносите ей повторную травму.
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Во вторых, но не менее главных то, что мы делаем допустимым повторение данных инцидентов.
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Если человек не может трезво оценивать свои риски, значит ли это что человек этот всегда должен погибать?
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Ваши мысли по поводу приведённых примеров...
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#самавиновата #victimblaming #янехотелаумирать #янедамсебявобиду #янедам
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    Никогда не обвиняйте жертву.

    Во первых, обвиняя жертву вы наносите ей повторную травму.

    Во вторых, но не менее главных то, что мы делаем допустимым повторение данных инцидентов.

    Если человек не может трезво оценивать свои риски, значит ли это что человек этот всегда должен погибать?

    Ваши мысли по поводу приведённых примеров...

    #самавиновата #victimblaming #янехотелаумирать #янедамсебявобиду #янедам

  •  7,492  509  13 November, 2019
  • Did you know 1 in 5 high school students experience dating violence? Despite physical violence being the most frequent association with teen dating, teens in intimate relationships are actually much more likely to experience emotional or psychological abuse, such as gaslighting. Have you seen these behaviors in your own relationships or those around you? Share with a teen to help educate them on the warning signs of an emotionally abusive relationship.⠀
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🎨 via @introvertdoodles
  • Did you know 1 in 5 high school students experience dating violence? Despite physical violence being the most frequent association with teen dating, teens in intimate relationships are actually much more likely to experience emotional or psychological abuse, such as gaslighting. Have you seen these behaviors in your own relationships or those around you? Share with a teen to help educate them on the warning signs of an emotionally abusive relationship.⠀

    🎨 via @introvertdoodles

  •  5,388  56  11 February, 2020
  • @heatherleilanimarlowe serving us a much needed reframe. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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There is a historical and systemic pattern of law enforcement disregarding survivor's and their cases. That is true here in San Francisco and across the country. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Not only are law enforcement agencies neglecting sexual assault cases, but they are treating survivors poorly throughout the process. From reporting to the investigation, if it ever gets to the point, which it rarely does. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
The LEAST law enforcement can do is treat survivors with respect and make their processes survivor-centered. They can give survivors a private space to report at police stations, they can provide them with access to language services, they can keep them in the loop about updates in their case - instead of making survivors chase them down to get any information.
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I'm not asking the police to arrest everybody. I'm asking law enforcement to treat survivors like human beings who deserve respect. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Comment with a 👊 if you believe survivors deserve better!
  • @heatherleilanimarlowe serving us a much needed reframe. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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    There is a historical and systemic pattern of law enforcement disregarding survivor's and their cases. That is true here in San Francisco and across the country. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
    Not only are law enforcement agencies neglecting sexual assault cases, but they are treating survivors poorly throughout the process. From reporting to the investigation, if it ever gets to the point, which it rarely does. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
    The LEAST law enforcement can do is treat survivors with respect and make their processes survivor-centered. They can give survivors a private space to report at police stations, they can provide them with access to language services, they can keep them in the loop about updates in their case - instead of making survivors chase them down to get any information.
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    I'm not asking the police to arrest everybody. I'm asking law enforcement to treat survivors like human beings who deserve respect. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
    Comment with a 👊 if you believe survivors deserve better!

  •  2,725  35  27 October, 2019
  • As survivors continue to stand up and share their stories, we must remember that the reputation, legacy, fame, or notoriety of the accused should not be used to discredit or invalidate individuals who come forward. We know that abusers can be charming, deceptive, and two-faced, acting much differently in public than they do in private, which is why it is incredibly important to remind ourselves that our experience with an individual isn’t necessarily the only one that’s valid. ⠀
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So, rather than leading with skepticism and distrust, take the time to consider that you don’t (and may never) know the whole story, and things are not always as they seem. As @knowyourIX reminds us, “justice and support for survivors is not in tension with due process“— and all survivors deserve the opportunity to be heard. ⠀
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🎨: @damianimated⠀
  • As survivors continue to stand up and share their stories, we must remember that the reputation, legacy, fame, or notoriety of the accused should not be used to discredit or invalidate individuals who come forward. We know that abusers can be charming, deceptive, and two-faced, acting much differently in public than they do in private, which is why it is incredibly important to remind ourselves that our experience with an individual isn’t necessarily the only one that’s valid. ⠀

    So, rather than leading with skepticism and distrust, take the time to consider that you don’t (and may never) know the whole story, and things are not always as they seem. As @knowyourIX reminds us, “justice and support for survivors is not in tension with due process“— and all survivors deserve the opportunity to be heard. ⠀

    🎨: @damianimated

  •  2,036  12  10 February, 2020
  • It is completely okay to walk away from relationships that no longer serve you, especially if they are becoming one-sided! Find others who reciprocate the time, energy, & care that you invest in your relationships and appreciate who you ARE rather than what you DO. ⠀
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photo via @chaninicholas
  • It is completely okay to walk away from relationships that no longer serve you, especially if they are becoming one-sided! Find others who reciprocate the time, energy, & care that you invest in your relationships and appreciate who you ARE rather than what you DO. ⠀

    photo via @chaninicholas

  •  4,205  40  27 January, 2020
  • Ever wanted to know how rape culture is created and reinforced by society? Check out this absolutely amazing breakdown by @savswaymakersoc ❤️ If you learned something new, share with a friend!
  • Ever wanted to know how rape culture is created and reinforced by society? Check out this absolutely amazing breakdown by @savswaymakersoc ❤️ If you learned something new, share with a friend!

  •  1,885  22  12 February, 2020
  • only respecting women you’re attracted to is a no-go 🙅🏽‍♀️ Tag a friend who knows exactly this feeling, art by @sadgirlpop
  • only respecting women you’re attracted to is a no-go 🙅🏽‍♀️ Tag a friend who knows exactly this feeling, art by @sadgirlpop

  •  1,407  45  17 October, 2019
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  •  1,188  16  29 August, 2019
  • Obsessed with this resource from @plannedparenthood 💕 If you learned something meaningful, please share this video with a friend or tag them in the comments!
  • Obsessed with this resource from @plannedparenthood 💕 If you learned something meaningful, please share this video with a friend or tag them in the comments!

  •  2,801  9  29 October, 2019