A 20- something person studying at a liberal arts college and navigating friendships, relationships, feminism, queerness, anxiety, trauma, and self care. I like flowers and cute animals, especially pigs. White/ cis/ able-bodied/financially privileged. She, her.

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Consent workshops are as important for women as men. Just as men don’t realise they’ve raped, women often don’t realise they’ve been raped. They’ll say they felt uncomfortable, got taken advantage of, or were pressured into sex. Rarely will they ever use the word, thinking that it describes something else. But it doesn’t. I was initially the same - I didn’t realise I had been raped until a friend told me that that was exactly what I was describing.

Most importantly, consent workshops will shift responsibility from the victim to the perpetrator. They will teach men not to rape, rather than tell women not to wear short skirts or drink. Avoiding, rejecting and stigmatising victim-blaming is crucial for change.


really all you need to know about the american health care system is that there’s a popular tv series where a man turns to cooking industrial quantities of crystal meth in order to pay his hospital bills

I’ve been doing this thing lately where I feel anxious and vulnerable and delete old texts posts that reveal personal emotional stuff or just random posts because I feel unsure: so if you notice that anything has disappeared on my blog, that’s probably why.