Jill Laster is the language access specialist for the NSVRC. (view post in Spanish)

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Jill Laster is the language access specialist at the National Sexual Violence Resource Center.woman with rainbow colored rubber bands on hand

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Take a moment and reflect on the last time that you saw something on a social network that pissed you off. This could happen daily (hourly…). Sometimes it’s a good kind of pissed off:

“Argh…that article really fires me up, I am going to tweet my senator about it.”

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Drumroll please… The NSVRC has burst onto the scene on with a new online presence, welcoming a Tumblr blog to the social media lineup. The new Tumblr, lovingly titled “Feel Good.” has been deemed the place to be for all things healing.

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The new release of the Department of Defense’s biannual reports on the prevalence of sexual assault in the military has invited quite a lot of social commentary.

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Boy-holding-basketballIn the May issue of Sports Illustrated, a smiling, successful, happy Black man announced that we was gay to the world.

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Hearing about the bombings at the Boston Marathon while driving to school early last week felt surreal. It just didn’t make sense. Sometimes it’s simply tiring to even try to make sense of yet another act of violence. I strongly believe that all violence is connected at the root by hatred. I also believe that hatred feeds oppression, which perpetuates violence. That’s why I am annoyed that our culture so quickly jumps to make the people who carried out this violence “others.”

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Wednesday was Wonder Woman Day this week.

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Marine saluting flagMonday evening I spoke at a film screening of the Invisible War at Clarion University.

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One of the most exciting things about Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) is all of the local events and happenings that honor the occasion.

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