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A really interesting film I recently watched, and I would like to share. Available here:…

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It was inspired by (maybe even loosely loosely based on) the real life brutal murder of James Bulger, a murder that still haunts and rattles the U.K. (the film though is less violent).

It's an independent film, so don't expect any big budget tropes, but it's interesting. The film garnered much controversy on its subject matter. Many people who remember the real life murder were offended by it.

Anyway, the film itself does not bring this issue to light, but based on some recent research, it was possibly a case of budding paedophilia, at least according to this.…

Anyways, just thought I'd share.
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This group's global focus is to support victims and survivors of sexual assault/molestation and/or abuse. UPDATE (11 July 2014): Please read the rules carefully before submitting. Submissions must now be approved by our admins.

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:bulletred: All work submitted must SUPPORT sexual abuse awareness. Any art that depicts sex in an inappropriate way or any piece that is anything off-topic will automatically be declined. This is a group to spread awareness concerning sexual abuse in all forms for victims of all genders and ages.

*UPDATE (27 Aug. 2014): Please do note (this is a suggestion, not a requirement): It would help our admins out greatly as well if there is a brief description below your submission that can let us know your art is related to our group, especially if this is not already entirely clear by the artwork itself. This way, your work can be approved much quicker. For example, if you want to submit a drawing of an original character who is/was abused and the subject of abuse isn't clear through the illustration, something as simply worded as ''this character is a survivor of abuse'' says enough for us to approve it.

*UPDATE (23 Feb. 2015): We are now accepting ''vent art'' submissions. For more details on what this entails, please visit this journal.

:bulletred: Submissions to Featured are unlimited, meaning you can submit as many works as you please.

:bulletred: All art concerning sexual abuse support and awareness is accepted. That includes art of all mediums (traditional, digital, etc.), fan art, literature, fan fiction, photography, stamps, comics, etc. If you don't see a folder to submit your work, you may send the group a note and request a folder to be made.

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:bulletgreen: WingsofCrippledGlass is a support group with a global focus to spread awareness of sexual abuse in any way, shape, or form. Anyone can join to support the cause—one does not necessarily need to be a victim themselves. If you have known someone who has suffered similar abuse, you are also welcome. Or if you are just an advocate for the cause but have not suffered sexual abuse or have known a victim, you are always welcome to join us and help spread the message.

:bulletgreen: Though we cannot completely stop the sexual abuse of victims ranging from all genders and ages, we can help relieve it by acknowledging the problem and spreading awareness. We appreciate your support.

:bulletgreen: Whether you are a survivor, a friend or relative of a victim, or an advocate, please come join us today.

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You want to tell someone.
But how can you begin to tell?
Who do you tell?
Where do you go? Who do you turn to?
Who will listen?
Who will care?
Who will have open arms?
Who will shield us with their wings?
Who will take my hand and guide us to the end of time?
But the only wings I have are shattered... crippled like glass.
And I cannot find the strength to fly.
I cannot find the voice to cry out and say: ''Help me. Please help me.''

- A poem by S. Chowdhurry, my sister; written a year after her rape


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Created by JDNight on 3 September 2014
Last updated on 10 October 2014 - 1 November 2014

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:bulletred:For Abuse, Domestic Violence, Rape, Human Trafficking, Victims of Sexting & Suicide Prevention of All Ages & Genders:bulletred:

:bulletblue:THERE IS SUPPORT FOR BOYS AND MEN TOO:bulletblue:
Male Victims by LogicalWomen


Many thanks to childabusesurvivors

Rape/Indecent Assault Crisis Counselling - 0800 735 0567
National Domestic Violence Helpline - 08457 023468
Men's Advice Line and Enquiries - 020 8 644 9914
Kiran - Asian Women's Aid - 020 8558 1986
Samaritans - 08457 909090
Man2Man - 0208 698 9649
Mens Aid - 0871 223 9986
NSPCC - 0800 800500

National Domestic Violence Hotline - 1-800-799-7233
National Child Abuse Hotline - 1-800-422-4453
Child Abuse Hotline - 1-800-540-4000
National Sexual Assault Hotline - 1-800-656-HOPE
National Human Trafficking Resource Center - 1-888-373-7888
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline - 1-800-273-8255

ChildLine (UK)
Survivors of Incest Anonymous (courtesy of childabusesurvivors)
Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network
This is ABUSE (UK)
Rape Crisis England & Wales
All Wales Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence Helpline
The Havens (for rape and sexual assault in London)
IKWRO (for Middle Eastern girls and women in the UK)
Men's Advice Line (for male domestic violence victims in the UK)
Refugue - Domestic Violence Help (UK)
Southall Black Sisters (for minority women and child victims of domestic violence in the UK)
The Survivors Trust
Welsh Women's Aid (domestic abuse in Wales)
Women's Aid (domestic violence in the UK) (Human Trafficking)
National Human Trafficking Resource Center
Spread the Words of Awareness (Human Trafficking)
Kids Helpline (Sexting)
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (for people in distress, including suicidal thoughts)

deviantART Articles
Rape StatisticsI haven't given this a mature label because I don't plan to be graphic and I won't use strong language (what would be the point?), but I will be discussing rape statistics, so if you are sensitive towards that, be warned. This is not a happy journal.

We all know that women are raped every year. The media and feminists have made that abundantly clear. After laws included men as victims as rape victims as well as women (there is a myth that the law makes it impossible for a man to be a victim of rape), we are becoming increasingly aware that men are raped as well. However, no one knows the exact number of rapes that take place every year as rape and sexual assault crimes are by far some of the most under-reported crimes worldwide, be the victims male or female (it's suspected that 60% of rape cases go unreported, but that number is up in the air seeing as we can't put an exact number on something that goes unreported). Female victims are more likely to alert auth
Domestic Violence in the United States Author’s Note:
    This was a college term paper on domestic violence and abuse in America and has been altered some so the resource information is right after the quotes, so not in full term paper format. This is not a teaching example of writing a term paper but it may help college and university students with information on domestic violence and abuse. 
    Domestic violence and abuse in the United States has affected people throughout its history and is a factor in many families’ lives today, affecting the victims both physically and psychologically. The victims and perpetrators of domestic violence can be male or female, heterosexual or homosexual, young or old. Though, the majority of cases are still the male as the perpetrator and the female as the victim. This type of violence can be found in different religious, racial, and ethnic groups and different socioeconomic and class backgrounds. The v
New Victim-Blaming Ads[Source: Feministing- ]
PA Liquor Control Board to teens: Rape is your fault, and your friends’ fault!
The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board recently released a new ad campaign, Control Tonight, that attempts to curb teen drinking. Their case? Don’t drink too much, or else you’ll get raped, but hey–that’s your fault, because we warned you!
One ad features a young girl’s legs, underwear around the ankles, as she lays on what appears to be a bathroom floor. The text reads, “She didn’t want to do it, but she couldn’t say no.”
The campaign even blames the victim’s friends–the Control Tonight website reads:
“Calling the shots starts with you. What if you didn’t watch out for your friends during a night of drinking?”
The campaign blatantly
Female sexual abusers"Society expects the mother of a toddler would do everything in her power to make sure her child is protected from harm,"
While female sexual abusers are rare in the court system, those who deal with child sexual abuse know that cases that do come through are far from unique. A national study released in 2005 shows that biological mothers were the perpetrators of sexual abuse in five per cent of the substantiated cases investigated by child welfare authorities.
The instance is probably higher, since researchers are certain that many cases of child sexual abuse never come to light. "A lot of people have difficulty believing women are capable of sexually abusing children,"
Even victims of such abuse, looking back at it as adults, have a hard time talking about it. When work and survays have been done within prisons it is found that many men had been abused by women but that they often had difficulty identifying it as abuse.
A U.S. report, entitled Child Sexual Abuse — The Predators,
Teenage Trafficking Survivors NEED YOUR HELP! NOW!As many of you know, I work for StreetLightUSA
A non-profit lifehouse for survivors of sex trafficking, as well as sexual exploitation.
These girls have been through hell, and we are one of the few organizations out there that actually has beds for them. When they come to StreetLight, their life begins! They get school, their own bed, a bedroom, clothes, shampoo, everything they need! They have "house moms" rather than caretakers. These are women who do act as their mothers and cook for them, help them with their school assignments, teach them things, watch movies with them, play games...
But we want to do more for them. We NEED to do more. All you have to do is vote, there is a link in there to the voting page:
That's honestly all we need, we have everything else set up for it. We have professionals willing to teach the lessons, we have the campus available,
A Documentary Response to Born Into Brothels      What similarities could one find between the Red Light district in India and the urban landscape of the capital of China? I could see two: the unjust government and two hopeless boys. After watching "Born Into Brothels", I found a striking similarity between one of the boys from the brothels with my cousin; his name is Avijid.
      Although I do not dare to compare my cousin's privileged life with those kids from the documentary, I still see a similar sort of emotion shine through. These kids, being so young, already have a sense of despair. They were put into a situation that they cannot escape, nor did they want to be put in --hence the "born into". The same could be said of my cousin and all the classmates I left behind in China, and it was Avijid that made me see this. His sort of "tough act", pretending as though he didn't care and nothing really mattered; this was almost a reflection of my cousin. Although he seemed strong on the outside, on t
Men can be raped too
Myth: Men can't be sexually assaulted.
Reality: Men can be, and are, sexually assaulted every day. Any man can be sexually assaulted regardless of their size, strength, appearance, occupation, race or sexual orientation. Male rape can happen at home, work, out doors, in a  car, in the military, prisons, in locker rooms, rest rooms, public toilets, in fact just about anywhere a rapist thinks they can get away with it, and it can happen to any male.
It should also be noted that it is not unusual for a male to "freeze" during a rape, in part due to shock, and fear of ones life. Remember, the rapist will no doubt have done this before, and hence be prepared for what happens, but few, if any men, have even considered in their mind the possibility of such things happening and are thus totally unprepared.
Myth: Only gay men are sexually assaulted.
Reality: Although gay men are raped slightly more often than heterosexual men this is due more to the fact that they can be the target an
A  few days ago, a woman in Afghanistan was merely accused of adultery and  was executed in the street with the Taliban cheering on her murderer.
One   of the women protesting was killed, unfortunately.  These women have the strength of a million souls...if they can do it...why can't we? :nod:
Please Read: Spread the WordLately, I've been trying to raise awareness on human trafficking. My goal is for the awareness to spread towards people and for these people to pass it on to others. Hopefully it will go to the more isolated parts of the world and let people in those areas be aware of it too. I believe that once everybody is aware of it, it will prevent people (especially girls) to fall into the human trafficking trap.
I made a website where it shows us how we can SPREAD THE WORD. 
If you do not want to read on the website, below is a summary of what you can do:
Spread the word on the dangers of human trafficking (like a warning) -basically a message for people to be aware of it- through your social media: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc. 
You could also make something like videos, artwork or take photographs. 
Share it on places like YouTube, DeviantArt, Flickr, etc. 
I plan to make on
Childhood sexual abuse for boysDespite public opinion to the contrary, it most definitely exists and it is a problem. One study by the CDC found that 1 in 4 girls and 1 in 6 boys had experienced some form of unwanted sexual contact before age 16. The same study found that boys suffer similar long-term negative consequences to that of girls. Additionally, the CDC study kept track of the sex of the abusers and found that 40% of the abusers of the boys are women. This study is not isolated as there are several studies all reaching approximately the same conclusions.
This information has been out there for a while and yet popular media sources seem prone to simply ignore or even hide the suffering of boys. There is even one website which gives a rather extensive and unbiased look childhood victims of sexual assault that acknowledges boys fairly accurately. However, one of the studies they employ seems to suggest that of all the different categories of sexual abuse, ranging from the least intrusive of simple touching to
Dealing With Sexual Trauma And Abuse:WARNING: Because of the subject matter of this discussion topic, those of you who feel you might be triggered by details of rape, sexual abuse and other related issues, please use careful digression. If you feel that these topics are too strong for you and that you cannot handle reading or commenting/replying in a stable, mature manner, please do not read any farther. Thank you.
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We have all survived through abuse. It's a fact. It's what's caused us to have the mental disorder that's brought us together here. For most of us, that abuse has been of a sexual nature at some point or another. Sexual abuse takes on many forms and produces many types of victims. It's all pending on how we cope. For a lot of us, the things we've survived have made us who we are today.
After looking over replies and details from previous discussion topics, I've realized that a lot of the people here would not choose to relive through the abuse they've experienced. A select few have mentioned that t
Protecting From Sexual AssaultThere is actually no cut-and-dry way to avoid sexual assault and that's a scary thought. We want to believe that there's a way to avoid it because we don't want it to happen to us, and this is where the stupid questions come from. You know the ones. "What were you wearing?" "What were you doing?" You see we always think it's going to happen to someone else…until it happens to someone we know. At that point we think, "Now, wait a minute, if it could happen to her, it could happen to me…" And thus we ask what they were doing in order to avoid doing it ourselves and thus avoid sexual assault. Most of these questions are not intentional victim-blaming, but that is what they are, and they are unfounded.
A person who commits sexual assault doesn't care what you're wearing, doesn't care if it's dark out, doesn't care that you were out drinking, etc. These people want power and, though sexual parts are used, it is not sex that is occurring, it is an assault. It is true that some of t
Gang Rape
We think of rape as an individual not a group act. It is difficult to grasp its social dimention. We assume that, like sex, it takes place in private. It is difficult enough to face the idea of rape. To envisage gang rape is even harder, it is easier to ignore the distinction, to class it all as rape. Yet the historical origins of rape rest with the gang. The Latin word from which rape derives mean "to seize or carry off". In ancient times, warring tribes abducted women, who then became the spoils of war.
It is generally believed for men who engage in gang rape to be pathological bullies, fiends or maniacs, and that gang rape is far less common that individual rape. The findings of research refute these assumptions. One of the first American researchers to analyse the characteristics of men reported to the police for rape in Philadelphia found that 43% of the 1292 men operated in pairs of gangs (Amir 1971). 55% raped in gangs and 16% in pairs. Contrary to prior research this study also
Acquantance rape
Did you know that marital Rape was only made a criminal act in the UK in 1991? Up until then it was considered impossible for a man to rape or sexually assault his wife. To quote:
"A husband cannot rape his wife unless the parties are seperated or the court has by injunction forbidden him to interfere with his wife or he has given an undertaking in court no to interfere with her." (The Law Made Simple, The Chaucer Press, 1981)
Stranger rape is usually a one-off, someone you don't know, with whom you don't share any experiences or history. When the assault happens, there can be no doubt as to what is happening: that it is Rape (though even in such situations the victim will often wonder what she has done to precipitate the assault and will blame herself).
In marital rape (and other forms of acquaintance rape) the circumstances are very different. It is – quite apart from a physical and sexual violation – a betrayal of trust. Here is a person whom you thought you knew intimatel

Welcome to Suicide Awareness WeekWelcome to Suicide
Awareness Week at

(For those of you who are at Arts-and-Health, we are helping to promote this week with the group Spreading-Awareness. Please feel free to join us there for this week's activities and discussions!)
We hope to provide some understanding about suicide and the risk factors for it. This week's topics will include:
:bulletblack: Introduction to Suicide Awareness Week, by Aeirmid
:bulletblack: Factors of Suicide, by Wataqo
:bulletblack: Coping and Seeking Help, by akkajess and Astralseed
:bulletblack: Suicide and Who It Affects Part 1, by HuntingForHappiness
:bulletblack: Suicide and Who It Affects Part 2, by Nichrysalis
:bulletblack: Reaching Out, by Astrikos
:bulletblack: Suicide Awareness Week: In Closing, by Nichrysalis
Basic facts about suicide
Did you know that suicide is a top 10 cause of death in the United States? W
Suicide is No SolutionAs human beings, we are drawn to those of who we share similar experiences with. Browsing deviantART lately I have noticed how many young people we have here and along with this I have discovered by reading Journals that many of the younger ones here suffer from Depression and many more speak of death and dying by suicide as if it were some solution, I want you to know that it really is not.
I want to bring to attention some facts that I learned too late in hopes that if you or someone you care for is in danger you will seek help because you or your loved one CAN be helped.
  Studies show that DEPRESSION alone carries it's own risk factors for suicide but add to this ANXIETY and/or PANIC DISORDER and the risk rises dramatically.  
Follow these links for more information on Depression, Anxiety and Panic Disorder.

*Update (1 Nov. 2014): More Articles HERE

Below: These lists are neither meant to be ''best of'' lists nor are they extensive—they are simply lists of titles that I am aware of and have reviewed, regardless of my actual opinions on the material. Furthermore, these are not meant to be enjoyable reads or entertaining views, but to offer insights and to raise awareness.

Trigger Warning: Plenty of this content is sexually graphic and upsetting.

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:bulletblue:Broken by Shy Keenan (2008) - About an English woman who as a child, was severely sexually abused by her stepfather. Highly recommended.
:bulletblue:3,096 Days in Captivity: The True Story of My Abduction, Eight Years in Enslavement, and Escape by Natascha Kampusch (2011) - The infamous Austrian case of a 10-year-old girl who was abducted in 1998 and had been missing for eight years. Highly recommended.
:bulletblue:A Stolen Life: A Memoir by Jaycee Dugard (2012) - Graphic, yet revealing about an infamous American child abduction case that became a nation-wide media sensation in 1991 and lasted for eighteen years. Highly recommended.

:bulletblue:Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov (1955) - Probably one of the most misinterpreted and controversial classic novels, it is told from the point-of-view of an unreliable narrator sexually obsessed with a 12-year-old girl and through his careless actions, he ultimately destroys her life as well as his own. Highly recommended.
:bulletblue:Push by Sapphire (1996) - The main character, a 16-year-old girl of colour, deals with many social issues, including being abused by her mother and raped by her father, in which she mothers two of his children.
:bulletblue:The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky (1999) - While the novel itself does not deal with sexual abuse directly, Charlie, an Aspie teen holds repressed memories of a beloved relative who molested him as a child.
:bulletblue:Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson (1999) - During the summer before her high school freshman year, Melinda is raped by someone she trusts at a party and unable to verbally communicate what happened to her, she sinks into depression and begins speaking less and less. Highly recommended.
:bulletblue:The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold (2002) - A 14-year-old girl is graphically raped and murdered and watches her family from the afterlife; partially inspired by Sebold's own experiences with rape in university. Highly recommended.
:bulletblue:Sold by Patricia McCormick (2006) - A 13, 14-year-old girl from Nepal is illegally sold into ''prostitution'' (really, sexual slavery) in India; partially based on true accounts from girls the author interviewed. Highly recommended.

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MrAwesome42 Featured By Owner 3 days ago
There's a creepy DA user n0-username claiming that all rape victims are liars unless they send him video "proof" of their rape.  He harassed one girl and posted a claim that she was lying about her rape over 100 times until she left DA -
Briannabater Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2015  Professional Photographer
Um.  This group has a fair number of anti-women, anti-feminist, deviations and deviations that claim that most rape victims are liars.  It also includes some random Gamergate nonsense.  Do you need any help moderating this?
Sarahfina-Rose Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2015  Student Filmographer
I was totally not aware of it. If I had been (or the other admins) we would have never accepted those submissions. Because that's definitely not what this group is about.
We have all been getting extremely busy. It would help if we had another admin to help  us out.
I'll send you an invite. :)
Briannabater Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2015  Professional Photographer
Oh, you're fine.  Thank you so much and let me know how I can be of service. 
Sarahfina-Rose Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2015  Student Filmographer
No problem. :)

We que submissions so if you see anything that goes against the group, you can vote No for it or if it accidentally gets accepted, you can go ahead and remove it from the Featured folder.

Sometimes we might accidentally accept an inappropriate submission. Before we didn't moderate submissions, everything was just approved automatically, because we trusted our members to submit only related material. But the unrelated submissions were getting out of hand so we had to start moderating. I believe we only have it set to one vote, but we can change it to 2 or 3 so stuff that shouldn't be in our group isn't getting accepted by accident, sometimes we make mistakes. If more people vote, it's less likely to happen. And although we tried to clean out the folders, there may have still been something that we missed. So it's nice to have another person keep their eyes peeled.
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TheBestComicKing Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Heartshackles Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
Uh... I don't know how I would feel joining a group this big T__T kind of terrifies me... but I'm finding my friends a little useless and uncaring about this subject... it's probably just fine if I watch the group, right?!
Sarahfina-Rose Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2015  Student Filmographer
You can totally watch the group if you don't feel comfortable joining. Thanks so much. :)
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