| National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) Skip to main content
Get Help Escape

NSVRC Blogs

I am a lecturer in Disability studies. I am also a woman with dwarfism, who since childhood has been called ‘midget’ by strangers who find my dwarfism funny and unacceptable within society. Here, I explore the online harassment I received as a disabled, female academic after successfully campaigning to remove the word midget from a popular brand of sweets.

PRESS RELEASE: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Supporters are invited to participate on social media and share a photo wearing teal on the April 5th Day of Action 

While online spaces can play a role in healing, they can also be spaces of abuse and harassment.

Being trauma-informed means taking into consideration a person’s experience of trauma and their reactions to it.

A disability-informed future requires more awareness, education, and standardized implementation of accessible technologies.

Children’s books, adult non-fiction, and film capture the essence of Women’s History Month.

The following resource helps victims of online bullying, harassment, or hate speech connect with resources to document, report, and heal from cyber-related harm.

The following list shares online support options for survivors.

In honor of National Eating Disorder Awareness Week, we’re shining a light on the intersection of these two issues.

We highlight three adult books and three children’s books in celebration of Black History Month.