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Discussed assault against women and how "blaming the victim" is a common factor, especially in the media. This image makes me feel strong... and I like it.

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City of Seattle

"'No does not mean 'convince me'" - Seattle Slutwalk 2012 [click on this image for a brief analysis and remix about rape culture and the recent proliferation of rape jokes on prime time television] Source: Thinkprogress

"Young men need to be socialized in such a way that rape is as unthinkable to them as cannibalism." ~ Mary Pipher, Clinical Psychologist and author [click on this image to find a short video and analysis of the way rape is casually used as a metaphor]

from Upworthy

3 Photos That Will Finally Help Us Retire The 'She Was Asking For It' Defense

"Rape predates mini-skirts" [click on this image to find a video and analysis of rape and rape culture]

True. And, in analysis of media accounts, etc...it's usually in the passive voice...s/he was raped rather than he raped her. The focus *should* be on the actor lest we forget that the best way to stop rape is to not do it.

from iwastesomuchtime.com

Statistics on Sexual Assault.