You know when you re-read a book that you know so well, but then see a little detail that you overlooked before and you just…
"The wind was brisk, just as he’d warned Sansa, and there was a smell of rain in the air. Perhaps when Lord Tywin was done with him he should go to the godswood and fetch her home before she got soaked.”
my family violence textbook says that restorative justice is not popularly used in family violence cases (including, of course, intimate partner violence) because of the following potential problems: “(1) victim safety, (2) manipulating by offenders, (3) pressure on victims, (4) community norms supportive of victim blaming, (5) mixed loyalties between participants, particularly family members and friends, (6) potential for minimal impact on offenders, and (7) offenders may not get the message that violence is wrong” (daly and stubbs 2006:17 in paine and gainey 2009).
literally someone should make punx read this textbook before they write zines about accountability processes
This is how you handle getting your privileged called out.
Not “reverse racism!” Not “heterophobe!” and all those other dynamics that don’t exist. Just recognition. Recognition of privilege (and hopefully continuous self-checking)
where did this myth of the teenage temptress who lies about their age to seduce the older man come from?
grown men who dont want to take responsibility for their actions and like to place the blame on the most relevant easy target probably