Gaslighting can be masked behind the facade of victim-blaming, reducing abusive experiences of the survivor or even subtle coercion.
Normalisation of rape culture has gone up to a level where sexual assault has turned into a marketable commodity in the form of rape videos.
#MeToo It’s not a complete campaign unless it speaks of abuse against all intersections, including family and community violence.
Survivors of sibling sexual abuse are extremely vulnerable to eating disorders, anxiety, depression, post traumatic stress disorders and substance abuse.
This heinous practice of medical examination is a barbaric practice that has no place in a case of rape or sexual assault, whatsoever.
Workplace bullying requires legal and organisational structures to create a safe work environment for all employees.
The viral #MeToo campaign is not perfect, nor is it the end of the journey for survivors of sexual assault and harassment.
While the term Child Sexual Abuse (CSA) is not inaccurate, we need to acknowledge that incest forms most CSA instances.
It’s time to stop averting our eyes from the horrific issue of domestic physical violence against women and its magnitude.
The incident concerning Ayesha Gulalai indicates the horrid scenario of harassment that even a very powerful woman in Pakistan cannot avoid.