Disrupting the Bystander: When #metoo Happens Among Friends
The Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN) has reported that 45 percent of sexual assaults are committed by an acquaintance; which begs the question, how can we as survivors and supporters of survivors play an active part in ending sexual violence against ourselves and the people we love? Disrupting the Bystander: When #metoo Happens Among Friends begins to answer that critically important question. Silence, betrayal, and shame may prevent us from standing up for what's right, but our collective love and pursuit of justice can propel us to break out of these social inhibitors, trust our responsibility to each other, and take steps to care for one another. Examining the issue from the social and neurological perspectives, Disrupting the Bystander will help you break the paralysis and support the people in your life, whether they were hurt, or they hurt someone else.
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