Seeing & Believing: Sexual Assault on University Campuses Highlighted in USI Survey

    Sure, I’d love to I’ve already given a review Ask me later Not working, I need support No thanks It is hard to know where to start with this topic due to it’s emotive, uncomfortable, vast, and terrifyingly fastened-to-silence methodology, we are still a country too afraid of our sexual assaults and assaulters to speak about them. Despite Ireland’s liberalisations over the past decade and the good … Continue reading Seeing & Believing: Sexual Assault on University Campuses Highlighted in USI Survey

Rewriting Sexual Assault

Rían Browne O’Neill examines feminism and sexual assault in light of Roxane Gay’s literature on the subject Late 2017 saw a raft of sexual assault allegations against prominent individuals within the entertainment industry, including Kevin Spacey & Harvey Weinstein. Born from this, the #MeToo campaign saw thousands come forward to share their own experiences of rape and sexual assault though social media. Within the last … Continue reading Rewriting Sexual Assault