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Rape culture

  1. 1. Abby Locher Charlotte Peck Dani Sanda
  2. 2.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z2ME8sRbnY
  3. 3.  Rape culture includes: ◦ Jokes, TV, music, advertising, legal jargon, laws, words and imagery that make violence against women and sexual coercion seem so normal that people believe that rape is inevitable.
  4. 4.    The SlutWalk protest marches began on April 3, 2011 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada Participants protest against explaining or excusing rape by referring to any aspect of a woman's appearance. “No one is a slut. “Slut” is a made-up word to keep women from having as much fun as men. A person who enjoys sex is just a person and a person who is a virgin is also just a person and everyone should lay off each other’s sex lives. Retire the word “slut” please.”
  5. 5.   On average, one out of four undergraduate females experience sexual assault Research suggests that educational on the societal opinions of rape may be effective in reducing adherence to rape supportive beliefs
  6. 6.   Organizations like C.A.R.E (Campus Acquaintance Rape Education) aim to educate students about rape statistics and changing the general attitudes toward rape Students are encouraged to critique the current social beliefs regarding rape
  7. 7.    Salem State University’s C.E.S.A. (Campus Educators on Sexual Assault) Sessions educating students on statistics and laws concerning sexual harassment, sexual assault, and rape Education on how to deal with victims of sexual attacks and to help most effectively
  8. 8.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MvUdyNk o8LQ

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