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atleastiamme: ethiopienne: Make Your Move is an effort from Missoula’s Intervention in Action Project, a group of community organizations dedicated to ending sexual violence. Its campaign’s goals are to: 1) Engage men and women as allies to prevent sexual violence by increasing awareness and education about the dynamics of sexual violence and 2) Encourage bystanders to foster healthy non-violent relationships and interrupt attitudes, language and actions that support sexual violence. Reblogging this so hard : SOME DUDE WAS HANGING ALL OVER HER, SO WE TOOK OFF ■ ■ and got her to leave with us. She was drunk and we didn't trust him. KE Visit us at www.facebook.com/MakeYourMoveMissoula for tips and events to help keep your friends and community safe from sexual violence. END SEXUAL VIOLENCE A message from Missoula's Intervention in Action Project. This projoct was supported by grant no. 2008 WR-AX-0008 awarded by the Office of Violence Against Women, U.S Department of Justico. The opinions recommendations esprossed n this pablication aro those of the authonist and do not neccssarily represent the views of the granto ICOULD TELL SHE WAS ASKING to stop. So l stepped in and told my buddy that was no way to treat a lady. And he backed off. Visit us at www.facebook.com/Make YourMoveMissoula for tips and events to help keep your friends and community safe from sexual violence. END SEXUAL VIOLENCE A message from Missoula's Intervention in Action Projec This project was supported by grant no. 2008 w R АХО008 awarded by the Office of Volence Against women US Department of Jusace. The opinions, findings con recommendations espressed in this publication are those of the authorls) and do not necessarily represent the views of the grantor HE WAS ACTING ALL SWEET, OFFERING HER A but it just didn't feel right. So my friends and I stepped in and got her out of the bar. MAKE Visit us at www.facebook.com/Make YourMoveMissoula for tips and events to help keep your friends and community safe from sexual violence END SEXUAL VIOLENCE A message from Missoula's Intervention in Action Project This project was supported by grant no. 2008-WR-AX-0008 awarde recommandations opres SHE WAS ON HER OWN, SO I MADE MY MOVE ■ ■ ■ and told the guys hassling her to back off. They were really crossing the line. MAKE YOUR Visit us at www.facebook.com/Make YourMoveMissoula for tips and events to help keep your friends and community safe from sexual violence. END SEXUAL VIOLENCE A message from Missoula's Intervention in Action Project. et was suppo ted by grant no 2008 wRA·0008 warded bytie olice et ve ence Against wor enu s Depa tn eat oDist ca nt ope ins findings arch sions and racana mendah) ns 0prossad įa1hs publication are those of the authors) and d. not necessarily represent the views of the ฮ,antor This P atleastiamme: ethiopienne: Make Your Move is an effort from Missoula’s Intervention in Action Project, a group of community organizations dedicated to ending sexual violence. Its campaign’s goals are to: 1) Engage men and women as allies to prevent sexual violence by increasing awareness and education about the dynamics of sexual violence and 2) Encourage bystanders to foster healthy non-violent relationships and interrupt attitudes, language and actions that support sexual violence. Reblogging this so hard

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youstillhateblacktranswomen: feamir: ithelpstodream: bringing this one back When I went to see Tangled with my family, I was terrified of having to talk about the movie afterwards because I related so much to Rapunzel, and I was sure my mom would hate the movie because it was so obvious that she was exactly like mother gothel. So when mom asked me afterwards if I liked it I gave a tepid non-answer. But then my mom started talking about how she loved the movie! And it slowly dawned on me that she also saw mother gothel as evil and abusive, but somehow didn’t make the connection that she and her were the same. My mom even made a comment to the effect of how, like rapunzel’s real mom, her love for me would always triumph or whatever. And she didn’t get it! She didn’t see the similarities of how she locked me away in the house, or how she kept me under the tightest supervision under the guise of keeping me safe. I spent the entire mother knows best song stealing glances at her next to me in the theater just waiting for her to drag us out of the movie because she couldn’t stand to have her “love” portrayed as evil. And she didn’t see how the fact that she created her identity completely around being a mother and nothing else was like mother gothel’s dependency on rapunzel’s magic hair. It was only after seeing her positive reaction to the movie, that I really understood the meaning of the phrase “everyone is the hero of their own story”. No one actually thinks they’re the villain, even if confronted with a painfully obvious rendering of their own actions done by someone they agree is rightly portrayed as evil. “everyone is the hero of their own story”. No one actually thinks they’re the villain, even if confronted with a painfully obvious rendering of their own actions done by someone they agree is rightly portrayed as evil. : Megan Greenwell @megreenwell after seeing 'get out' in a very white crowd, all of us cheering wildly for chris, i keep remembering this, from elif batuman's 'the idiot. recognize it and laugh. I found myself remembering the day in kindergarten whe the teachers showed us Dumbo: a Disney movie about a puny, weind looking circus elephant that everyone made fun of. As the story u- folded, I realized to my amazement that all the kids in the class, even the bullies, the ones who despised and tormented the weak and the ugly, were rooting against Dumbo's tormentors. Over and over thry laughed and cheered, both when Dumbo succeeded and when biu things happened to the bullies. But they're you, I thought to myel. How did they not know? They didn't know. It was astounding, im astounding truth. Everyone thougbt they were Dumbo. Again and again I saw the phenomenon repeated. The mosta trary and tyrannical girls, the ones who started secret clubs to ostr youstillhateblacktranswomen: feamir: ithelpstodream: bringing this one back When I went to see Tangled with my family, I was terrified of having to talk about the movie afterwards because I related so much to Rapunzel, and I was sure my mom would hate the movie because it was so obvious that she was exactly like mother gothel. So when mom asked me afterwards if I liked it I gave a tepid non-answer. But then my mom started talking about how she loved the movie! And it slowly dawned on me that she also saw mother gothel as evil and abusive, but somehow didn’t make the connection that she and her were the same. My mom even made a comment to the effect of how, like rapunzel’s real mom, her love for me would always triumph or whatever. And she didn’t get it! She didn’t see the similarities of how she locked me away in the house, or how she kept me under the tightest supervision under the guise of keeping me safe. I spent the entire mother knows best song stealing glances at her next to me in the theater just waiting for her to drag us out of the movie because she couldn’t stand to have her “love” portrayed as evil. And she didn’t see how the fact that she created her identity completely around being a mother and nothing else was like mother gothel’s dependency on rapunzel’s magic hair. It was only after seeing her positive reaction to the movie, that I really understood the meaning of the phrase “everyone is the hero of their own story”. No one actually thinks they’re the villain, even if confronted with a painfully obvious rendering of their own actions done by someone they agree is rightly portrayed as evil. “everyone is the hero of their own story”. No one actually thinks they’re the villain, even if confronted with a painfully obvious rendering of their own actions done by someone they agree is rightly portrayed as evil.

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kylemccarthydotcom: Blind is an anonymous community app for the workplace, allowing users to chat honestly with verified professionals in a truly anonymous and safe environment.  The way we engage in conversations about career and work today is fundamentally broken. At Blind, we’re on a mission to flatten professional barriers and bring transparency to the workplace. Transparency results in voice and voice results in change - often for the better.  Recently, we surveyed more than 3,000 users on Blind, asking them if they felt comfortable going to HR to report sexual harassment, and the results are quite eye-opening. Overall, a whopping 42.76% of employees responded that they do not feel comfortable going to HR to report sexual harassment. if("undefined"==typeof window.datawrapper)window.datawrapper={};window.datawrapper["SdF9E"]={},window.datawrapper["SdF9E"].embedDeltas={"100":761,"200":736,"300":686,"400":686,"500":686,"600":661,"700":661,"800":661,"900":661,"1000":661},window.datawrapper["SdF9E"].iframe=document.getElementById("datawrapper-chart-SdF9E"),window.datawrapper["SdF9E"].iframe.style.height=window.datawrapper["SdF9E"].embedDeltas[Math.min(1e3,Math.max(100*Math.floor(window.datawrapper["SdF9E"].iframe.offsetWidth/100),100))]+"px",window.addEventListener("message",function(a){if("undefined"!=typeof a.data["datawrapper-height"])for(var b in a.data["datawrapper-height"])if("SdF9E"==b)window.datawrapper["SdF9E"].iframe.style.height=a.data["datawrapper-height"][b]+"px"});At six of the top 20 tech companies, 50% or more of employees surveyed do not trust reporting sexual harassment to HR at their company. : blind Abt FAQ Blog Microsoft amazon Anonymous Work Talk Get real insight from your peers. Rank the Linkedin Google comp an icrosaft Anon facebook UBER oday I'm no expert but this capture from this and on Google Play airbnb twitter App Store your ranking. . FB 2. Google 3. Netflir 4 Apple 5. Adobe 6. HULU 7. Microsoft 8. Amazon Where do you work? See if Blind is available at your company. Thoughts? lype your company name kylemccarthydotcom: Blind is an anonymous community app for the workplace, allowing users to chat honestly with verified professionals in a truly anonymous and safe environment.  The way we engage in conversations about career and work today is fundamentally broken. At Blind, we’re on a mission to flatten professional barriers and bring transparency to the workplace. Transparency results in voice and voice results in change - often for the better.  Recently, we surveyed more than 3,000 users on Blind, asking them if they felt comfortable going to HR to report sexual harassment, and the results are quite eye-opening. Overall, a whopping 42.76% of employees responded that they do not feel comfortable going to HR to report sexual harassment. if("undefined"==typeof window.datawrapper)window.datawrapper={};window.datawrapper["SdF9E"]={},window.datawrapper["SdF9E"].embedDeltas={"100":761,"200":736,"300":686,"400":686,"500":686,"600":661,"700":661,"800":661,"900":661,"1000":661},window.datawrapper["SdF9E"].iframe=document.getElementById("datawrapper-chart-SdF9E"),window.datawrapper["SdF9E"].iframe.style.height=window.datawrapper["SdF9E"].embedDeltas[Math.min(1e3,Math.max(100*Math.floor(window.datawrapper["SdF9E"].iframe.offsetWidth/100),100))]+"px",window.addEventListener("message",function(a){if("undefined"!=typeof a.data["datawrapper-height"])for(var b in a.data["datawrapper-height"])if("SdF9E"==b)window.datawrapper["SdF9E"].iframe.style.height=a.data["datawrapper-height"][b]+"px"});At six of the top 20 tech companies, 50% or more of employees surveyed do not trust reporting sexual harassment to HR at their company.

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trans-boi-lou: Binding tips from gc2b for all you trans dudes and other individuals who bind! Gc2b binders are great and not super expensive, halves are about $33. They ship in the U.S. and internationally. I definitely recommend them to anyone looking into getting a binder. Stay safe kiddos!: Tips for trying on and safely using your new binder! 1. Please be mindful of our exchange process, so please make sure you try your binder on when you are clean. Deodorant marks and dirt stains are taken into account during the inspection 2. Wet skin and binders do not mix ! Make sure you are dry before trying on the binder to prevent excess pulling and stress on the material 3. Our binders were designed to be pulled on over your nead like a tank top. Do not try to pull it over your waist and hip area. For the tanks style, hold the compression panel when you pull on your binder as it is the most durable area 4. Don't force it! Your binder is meant to have a snug fit, but if it doesn't fit over your shoulders, don't force it. Pack it up for an exchange and we will make sure you get the right size :+ 5. Take a day or two off of binding each week! Give your body time to rest! 6. We recommend binding 8 - 10 hours a day at most; take a break during the day if you can. <3 If you have any questions or concerns about your binder don't hesitate to reach out! support@gc2b.info trans-boi-lou: Binding tips from gc2b for all you trans dudes and other individuals who bind! Gc2b binders are great and not super expensive, halves are about $33. They ship in the U.S. and internationally. I definitely recommend them to anyone looking into getting a binder. Stay safe kiddos!

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babyblueavenger: moonblossom: francsforthememories: dewgonair: lockrocksandcoke: 131-di: veggiebaker: therunscape: Heart attacks symptoms are different for women. I recently learned this.  Everyone should know these things. thanks to mainstream media and being unable to show breasts on TV, way too few people know about female signs of cardiac distress, and impending heart attacks. they only know about the “pain in the left arm” male symptom. i had all these symptoms once and they sent me right to hospital it was scary bc i didnt know these were the symptoms for female heart issues Please, please, PLEASE, reblog this. i don’t know if I did save or called false alarm, with my boss’ life tonight. I felt I was being a bit paranoid, overreacting, but I told Mirage my thoughts and he, after reading over the article I showed him, immediately sprung into action and then shooed her off to the hospital. I don’t know if I did or not, but I knew she’d been super stressed. She’d off-handedly commented on her arm tingling and I asked her if she felt queasy on a hunch. I went to look at the symptoms and we went from there. Holy shit, I didn’t even think the symptoms would be different between men and women. This is so hugely important and I don’t understand why we aren’t taught this.  One of the other symptoms that doesn’t get talked about , especially in women, is a “feeling of impending doom”. I am not even kidding, that is a legitimate diagnostic criteria.Please - if you are feeling any of these symptoms and a sudden onset of “Holy shit the world is ending” do not let anyone tell you it’s “just nerves” or “just heartburn” or something. Keep these in mind ESPECIALLY IF YOU’VE GOT HEART DISEASE IN YOUR FAMILY!  So many more women die from heart attacks than because they don’t recognize the symptoms when they’re so different. Please stay safe and stay informed. : THIS IS WHAT A HEART ATTACK FEELS LIKE TO A WOMAN 1TON CHEST PAIN, DISCOMFORT, PRESSURE OR UNUSUAL UPPER BODY PAIN, OR DISCOMFORT IN ONE OR BOTH ARMS, BACK, SHOULDER NECK, JAW OR UPPER PART OF THE STOMACH BREAKING OUT INA COLD SWEAT SQUEEZING LIKE THERE'S A TON OF WEIGHT ON YOU LIGHT-HEADEDNESS OR SUDDEN DIZZINESS NAUSEA UNUSUAL FATIGUE SHORTNESS OF BREATH If you experience any one of these symptoms, don't make excuses for them SERVICES Make the Call. Don't Miss a Beat. VHd To learn more, visit WomensHealth.gov/HeartAttack MAKE THE CALL babyblueavenger: moonblossom: francsforthememories: dewgonair: lockrocksandcoke: 131-di: veggiebaker: therunscape: Heart attacks symptoms are different for women. I recently learned this.  Everyone should know these things. thanks to mainstream media and being unable to show breasts on TV, way too few people know about female signs of cardiac distress, and impending heart attacks. they only know about the “pain in the left arm” male symptom. i had all these symptoms once and they sent me right to hospital it was scary bc i didnt know these were the symptoms for female heart issues Please, please, PLEASE, reblog this. i don’t know if I did save or called false alarm, with my boss’ life tonight. I felt I was being a bit paranoid, overreacting, but I told Mirage my thoughts and he, after reading over the article I showed him, immediately sprung into action and then shooed her off to the hospital. I don’t know if I did or not, but I knew she’d been super stressed. She’d off-handedly commented on her arm tingling and I asked her if she felt queasy on a hunch. I went to look at the symptoms and we went from there. Holy shit, I didn’t even think the symptoms would be different between men and women. This is so hugely important and I don’t understand why we aren’t taught this.  One of the other symptoms that doesn’t get talked about , especially in women, is a “feeling of impending doom”. I am not even kidding, that is a legitimate diagnostic criteria.Please - if you are feeling any of these symptoms and a sudden onset of “Holy shit the world is ending” do not let anyone tell you it’s “just nerves” or “just heartburn” or something. Keep these in mind ESPECIALLY IF YOU’VE GOT HEART DISEASE IN YOUR FAMILY!  So many more women die from heart attacks than because they don’t recognize the symptoms when they’re so different. Please stay safe and stay informed.
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