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The subject of military rape is in the news on two fronts. A bill by New York Democratic Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is moving through congress that will overhaul the way military rape cases are tried, taking a victim’s immediate commander out of the role of judge and jury and handing the case to a military […]
Last week President Obama gave a speech outlining the startling extent of the college rape epidemic. One in five women on a college campus have been sexualy assaulted, and only one in 8 reported it. One study found some students commit up to six rapes and are never caught. What’s going on here? Surely college […]
Domestic violence, can and does, affect anyone regardless of fame, fortune, age, gender or ethnicity. A poignant example of its pervasiveness in society can be found in this brief article in The Huffington Post, “All My Children Star Aiden Turner Charged with Domestic Violence.” Mr. Turner was charged with four counts of domestic violence after […]
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