Monthly Archives: May 2012

More on More Than Ready

I spoke briefly at VicHealth’s┬áMore Than Ready┬álaunch last week. Thought I’d share what I said: Talking about sexual assault is very hard to do. Admitting that you were raped is terrifying. What if the person you tell laughs? Or dismisses … Continue reading

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Behind the Scenes: More Than Ready Media Launch

Today, VicHealth launched a world-first report by Dr Anastasia Powell on sexism and bystander prevention. This report investigates the presence of sexism in the Victorian community. While the findings demonstrate an appalingly high incidence of sexist behaviours in the community, … Continue reading

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Reverberations

Every time I am let down by someone, it matters little how big or small the let down is, it sets something off. Disappointments are the after-shocks from the earthquake that sexual assault was in my life. Sexual assault split … Continue reading

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