Monthly Archives: June 2013

Domestic Violence in the Workplace: Why It Matters and How to Stop It

As a second-grade teacher at Holy Trinity School in El Cajon, California, Carie Charlesworth probably thought that she was doing the responsible thing by telling the school’s principal about the possibility of her violent ex-husband showing up at the school. … Continue reading

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Making Bystander Intervention Effective

For anyone in the Louisville area, I strongly recommend going to the next Green Dot training hosted by The Center for Women and Families. I attended their day-long session yesterday and was pleasantly surprised at what I got out of … Continue reading

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Criminalize Revenge Porn Now

All-too-frequently, lawmakers fail to play catch-up with the technological advances surrounding them in society; by the time they can see the tangible implications of these advances and act on them, countless people have already been harmed. Equally frequently, the legal … Continue reading

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Domestic Violence and “Crimes of Passion”

Let’s talk pop culture. I admit it, I read the Twilight books. And I also didn’t realize – because I was 13, lovestruck, and confused – that Edward’s creepy, obsessive behavior was not okay. When he watches Bella from her … Continue reading

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