Here’s How to Protect Yourself Against Social Media Trolls Now
This is Why We Snap: New Science Behind Sudden Acts of Violence
Domestic Violence Awareness Month
To further educate and inform during Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Dr. R. Douglas Fields, Ph.D., renowned neuroscientist and an international authority on brain development offer his insights on Why We Snap—which is also the title of his book.
Message to Men: If You See Something, Say Something by guest @CuttingRoomMRB
This is How Male Debates Fail Women by guest @HMJonesWrites
Please welcome honored guest, award-winning author H.M. Jones. Her latest release, Monochrome, is now available from Feminine Collective Publishing on Amazon. Read it. Amazing book.
This is the Reason Kesha (and All Sex Abuse Survivors) Deserves Support
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.
Reasons Women Are Told: Take It As A Compliment by @jcahannigan
Rape Made Me a Feminist by guest @SbethCaplin
Driving and Crying by guest @hiyacynthia
*Trigger warning. This post discusses an abusive sexual situation that could disturb some readers.*
Please join me in a big welcome back to Cindy Brown. This post continues Cindy’s story after her last post on Rachel in the OC, Bad Things Come in Threes.