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Male Survivors – research project

April 20th, 2009 Comments off

Forwarding this on with permission – Tim Strait of Sonas Behavioral Health LLC, which is based on the West side of Madison, is conducting a research study for male survivors:

New research study for male survivors of childhood sexual abuse. Study
approved by university review board to guard your confidentiality, safety
and dignity. Male researcher will be asking you questions about work,
co-workers, job changes, and so on. Researcher is licensed mental health
professional. 

Please respond in complete confidence via this ad.

If you know of interested parties, please have them contact Tim at straittb@charter.net.

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BBC NEWS : Women at war face sexual violence

April 19th, 2009 Comments off

Very well-written article, adapted from a new book by Helen Benedict on the experiences of women serving in the Iraq war.

The passage that stood out so starkly to me was this quote:

“I was less scared of the mortar rounds that came in every day than I was of the men who shared my food.”

Of course, with Sexual Assault Awareness Month in full swing, the timing couldn’t be better.

BBC NEWS | Americas | Women at war face sexual violence.

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MSR podcast – episode 1 – audio only

April 9th, 2009 Comments off

As I mentioned, for those who don’t want to see my mug, here is the audio-only version of the podcast…

MSR podcast

 

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MSR podcast – an introduction

April 6th, 2009 2 comments

The first Men Stopping Rape podcast is now available for viewing; an audio-only version will be available soon; I am also working on setting up an RSS feed to make this and future podcasts available via the iTunes Store (for free of course).

This first episode is a brief overview of what I have in mind for future podcast topics and a bit of “men doing anti-violence work 101″, serving as an introduction to our organization and the basic philosophy behind our approach to men being involved in the eradication of violence.

Please feel free to leave a comment, or send feedback (response, rebuttal, questions, topic requests) via email [see above, right].

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