It is like I live out that night over and over, each and every day. People around me think I have moved on. I want to believe that I have, but the truth is I am stuck reliving that night.”
Like just to ask eeh, I’m about to ask some very stupid question, So now the men who are raped are they raped on the behind or how does it happen
This is a fundamental truth that we need to actively digest. If we place the blame on survivors with regard to how …..
Social Media turned Blue the whole of last week, standing in solidarity with Sudan. So that we are on the same page allow me to talk about the situation in Sudan for a moment. Read more:
An article about Sexual Assault by RAINN explains ‘The majority of perpetrators are someone known to the victim. Approximately eight out of 10 sexual assaults are committed by someone known to the victim, such as in the case of intimate partner sexual violence or acquaintance rape. This week, however, I want us to talk about strangers who rape. According to…
I work a lot with children and one of my biggest fears for these children and even for my own is that God forbid someone might cross the line and I may never know about it. When working with adults you appeal to logic, emotions and plead with them to open up but I always…
What is the first thing that came to mind the moment you read that?
I have not sat in a service where the sermon addressed issues regarding Sexual and Gender Based Violence (GBV). Is it that the church members are well protected against SGBV? Is SGBV only an issue that those who are not in the church face?
May is Mental Health Awareness month. It would be unjust of me to share about rape/Gender Based Violence(GBV) without talking about mental health and their connection.
Better yet, allow me to share a story of another Grace, rape survivor whose ordeal auctioned her to depression, a struggle she now battles to win.
In the last two weeks, we’ve talked about Taking Action about the Merry-Go-Round that Gender Based Violence has been thrown into. While we consider the different ways of how to be a part of this change, it’s important we keep sight of the matter. *Jane, a 25-year-old, once had a friend she always trusted and a social ecosystem she thought would have come to her rescue, until all that changed. She shares her story.