Helping the victims

http://blog.dianarajchel.com/2014/04/24/how-perfectly-nice-people-contribute-to-rape-and-molestation-triggerpalooza-kids/

(as noted in the URL itself, kinda triggery)

Some wise words*, especially good advice on helping the victims.  Good collection of links at the end, too.

(found this on Facing the Fires Within)

*although I agree with Ember’s comment about non-professionals staying out of investigations…

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Predators in our community – Monday blogging

Very good post, relevant both to the current situation and to the topic in general.

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There is so much to say and so little coherence in me right now. Recent dredging up of past events because of current ones is not a bad thing if used as an example for how to correctly have conversations going forward about abusers in our community. Getting stuck in the quarreling over that past event is counterproductive and rarely moves that conversation forward.

That doesn’t mean everyone should shut up about it. It means finger pointing backwards in time at those you believe didn’t do enough or did too much when there was no template in place for how to speak of abuse in our community doesn’t promote the conversation we need to have. There was no template for accountability when legal authorities weren’t involved (or yet involved)  and the rehashing of blame only stalls the conversation at the point of the past crisis. Stalled means we stay where…

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