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Stop Victim-Blaming Women of Color

The unhealthy messages we receive about sex are confusing, and often detrimental

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IIt’s the mother’s voice that raises an octave when she asks why her daughter went to that party in the first place. It’s the incredulous tone given by friends when they say, “But couldn’t you have pushed him off?” And it’s the look of accusation in her father’s eyes when…

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Dr. Bernasha Anderson

Dr. Bernasha Anderson

Psychotherapist | Writer | Social Justice Advocate

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