Georgia politicians think they’ve found the answer to their state’s rape college problem. It’s called HB 51 and it basically says that anyone a college student tells about a sexual assault they’ve suffered MUST be reported to the nearest police department. Somehow, by not allowing a victim to report to who they choose on their terms is the perfect way to fix this horrible epidemic. And, yea, it’s a bloody epidemic, even if you doubt RAINN’s statistics.
Guest post by staff writer Will Van Stone, Jr.
by staff writer Will Van Stone, Jr.
Please welcome amazing artist, poet, screenwriter and filmmaker (The Scarapist) Jeanne Marie Spicuzza back to my blog. I’m honored to have her here again to update us on her story of how The Scarapist (the scary therapist) came to be, how it affected her personally, and how she’s sharing her story to prevent others from experiencing a similar fate.
Kesha is an international pop star with millions of fans around the world and shelves full of awards. She’s also, allegedly, a rape victim. Now, I’m not that up to date with the recent music biz scene but, I’m gonna say that rape is not supposed to be part of the performer package she signed up for at eighteen.