Only 4.5%…

“4.5% of the men in the United States is an incredibly high number – that translates into over six million men. If you added up every US citizen who was officially unemployed or looking for work in 2001, that would be less than the total number of rapists. If you added up every US citizen…

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Just Don’t!

In reaction to San Diego Mayor Bob Filner’s sexual harassment lawsuits below is a gif set of  Stephen Colbert demonstrating his own anti-sexual harassment system using his “don’t touch” screen (you need to ask the screen first). This is just another reason why I like Stephen Colbert so much.  

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Rape Prevention on Campus

On February 1, 2012 diverse actions took place in nearly every university and college community across Canada for the National Day of Action.  As a member of the FemRev Collective I had an opportunity to speak at the University of Manitoba, voicing the issue of campus safety. This is what I had to say.  …

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Violent Encounter at the Winnipeg Folk Festival

For the past six months I haven’t been comfortable with writing this blog. I’ve been posting occasionally, sharing information but I’ve left out most of my experiences this last half year.  Documenting my personal experience from doing the Men’s Banner Project is really hard. That sucks because that’s the main goal of this blog.  Since the…

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Shine a Light

September 30, 2009 Take Back the Night is an annual march which takes place all over the world. It is a collective display of solidarity to reclaim the streets as safe for all, and calls for an end to violence against women. This year the message was to “shine a light” on violence against women…

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