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FINDING HUMANITY IN THE ABUSER

Author: Dr Deborah Finding
holds a PhD on sexual violence narratives in popular culture from LSE’s Gender Institute. 


 

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Toxic Masculinity : Why the burden of preventing sexual violence should be on men

Author: Jenavieve Hatch
Associate Women's Editor, HuffPost



 

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A rape survivor and the man who assaulted her talk Weinstein, #metoo and even redemption

Author: Alia E. Dastagir
For every #metoo, there is an implicit #ididit.


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THE NARRATIVE AROUND RAPE
HAS CHANGED, FOR THE BETTER

Were the Women of the the World Festival in London right to drop an event featuring a rapist and survivor talk about their experience? 

Author: Bridget Minamore

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Can I forgive the man who raped me?

Autobiography and memoir

The Observer

 

 

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South of Forgiveness.
A rape. A book. A conversation.

Author: A.H. Cayley

 

 


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All About Women was a reminder that women need to speak up, be seen and be heard

... and yes, it’s 2017

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SOUTH OF FORGIVENESS REVIEW

This book serves as a reminder
that we’re all human

Author: Erin Kelly

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Tom Stranger is articulate, attractive, funny - and a rapist

Thordis could have spoken alone about her rape, and it may well have attracted attention. But it was the inclusion of Australian Tom Stranger, in the discussion that gave it international reach.