Framing the Issue

     Over the decades, much has been said, written, and imagined in popular culture about sexual violence. Unfortunately, most of it is factually inaccurate, damaging to survivors, and does not serve anyone's interests in terms of protecting themselves from sexual violence.
     Yet, these misunderstandings persist in how people and the media talk about about sexual violence. The challenge is to find ways to communicate clearly and effectively with messages of social and environmental change that move past the misinformation.

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