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In the News (June 9, 2014- June 13, 2014)

Earlier this week, an op-ed in the Washington Post suggested that rape survivor is a coveted status (link not provided, so that the Post doesn’t get more hits). Here is one of the many reactions that provide a contrasting view. Also, a bit about the Twitter reaction, #SurvivorPrivilege.

And, another theory about why college sexual assault reports are on the rise.

A 911 dispatcher tells a rape victim to stop crying.

Angelina Jolie points out that rape does not have to be an inevitable part of war.

The new documentary Seeds of Hope explores the 2012 mass rape in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Students at Stanford rally against the schools sexual assault policies.


image from: http://www.newsweek.com/when-we-rape-we-feel-free-congolese-soldiers-open-harrowing-new-documentary-254405

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