Speaking Up for Dignity

Silence is Not Consent. The Collective Silence Problem

Combating an attempt to blame the Steubenville rape victim for being too drunk to actively say no, a young blogger reminds the world: Silence is not consent. Silence has never been consent. Silence will never be consent.

[This post contains testimony from the Steubenville, OH rape trial and may be triggering for some readers.] 

Photo is from www.sparksummit.com. 

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