Posts Tagged ‘survivor support’

Praxis Journal’s “Mapping Sexual Assault” and Technology for Rape Survivor Support Networks

This is a long and highly technical paper written by someone who has been thinking about sexual assault survivor support along the same exact lines as unquietpirate and myself. We began our work on Predator Alert Tool in early to mid-2012 and eventually released the first functional prototype on October 26, 2012. A little over […]

“I said yes. But I feel raped.”

PostSecret.com’s first Sunday Secret posted on November 8th, 2014: I said yes But I feel raped. A friend sent me this with a short note that read, “[Your] consent as felt work and helping society find and comprehend the distinction between consent and permission are important.” I’ve now penned over a dozen thousand words about […]

“you don’t have to contribute the parts of your story that are yours and no one else’s”

If you’ve been following the development of a communal space for discussions about rolequeerness, you will probably have seen some very public conflict. It’s sad but not surprising that what began as a space for Submissive solidarity and radical collective healing action quickly came under explicit and implicit attack by the blunted tip of familiar […]

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