Factsheet of suggestions of different ways survivors can work towards better wellbeing by Galop UK, an LGBT+ anti-violence charity.
A zine on abuse, asexuality, and agender identity.
A collection of 14 sculptures that represent the physical and mental traumas endured by victims of gender-based violence, accompanied by photographs of the survivors that are the sculptures subjects. There are an additional 120 sculptures resembling thorns to remember the estimated 120 women who die globally everyday due to gender violence.Continue reading “Detrás de las Paredes (Behind The Walls), by Marcelo Toledo and multiple photographers”
Stories of surviving sexual assault by and for QTPOC. Includes: Solidarity through support and revenge; Why I Didn’t/Did Report, facts on sexual violence from the Sexual Assault Violence Resource Center; and a call to action for Cynthia Brown.
Stories of surviving sexual assault by and for QTPOC. Includes: Words shared in conversation with survivors; a letter (template?) of informing someone of an abuser; on BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Colour) being the survivors to get the least support, and race/racism in rape culture; a focus on Indigenous women; and a call to action for Chrystal Kizer.
Content Warnings: Abuse and Assault Types: Control Emotional Alcohol Perpetrators: Mental Home Date Physical Other Keywords Street Friend Verbal Places: Partner Sexual Emetophobia Adult Child Stranger He/Him She/Her Police
Illustrated collection of anonymous survivor stories, received online, through emails, and interviews. A reminder for survivors that they are not alone and a call for all of us to take action. Sexual violence is not a compliment.
Content Warnings: Abuse and Assault Types: Parental Emotional Sibling United Kingdom About the Survivors: Men Perpetrators: Family Friend Unclear if survivor Family Other Keywords Photography Christianity Women Drugs Resource Types: Sexual Religious community member Ring Child Graphic text School staff Staff State Stranger Not being believed Self blame Suicide Religion
A collection of photographic portraits of and interviews with male survivors of child sexual abuse recounting their experiences, intended to challenge shame and stigma around the subject.