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Dr Juliet Ó Brien 25 Jan 17
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Sophie Diesel 25 Jan 16
Download ios bible app easy to read interface-
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Alejandra Bronfman 25 Jan 16
Great essay by Sarah Ahmed.
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Dr. Jennifer Berdahl 25 Jan 16
Replying to @JBerdahl
Cultures of sexual harassment and assault devalue "femininity," and actively deride and discourage it in men.
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Joy Dixon 25 Jan 16
Carla Nappi's great piece on the UBC Virtual Teach-in for UBC Sexual Assault Awareness Month
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Emily Blake 25 Jan 16
Check out an extended version of my interview with from
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Kim Snowden 25 Jan 16
Carla Nappi's great piece for the Virtual teach in
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Carla Nappi 25 Jan 16
And that's all, folks, Now go have a good day and be fabulous.
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Denzil Ford 25 Jan 16
I love how you tell stories - (wishing this one didn't need to be told).
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SARA 12 Jan 16
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Carla Nappi 25 Jan 16
That is ok. I will set the limits that I need. And I will not apologize. And neither should you.
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Lucia Lorenzi, PhD 25 Jan 16
My only insight for is that we - survivors - walk among you. We are in every department and faculty. We are listening & watching.
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Carla Nappi 25 Jan 16
I storified my thingy so it's all in one place and here you have it:
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Alan Richardson 25 Jan 16
For the virtual teach-in I have written a blog post on sexual assault policy.
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Alan Richardson 19 Jan 16
Monday, 25 January we'll be having a "virtual teach-in" for UBC Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Plan your social media activity!
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Jonathan Ichikawa 25 Jan 16
I honestly have no idea what’s going on here—Feb. 1935 : “Dr. Laird: Rape is good in Alkali lands”
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Alejandra Bronfman 20 Jan 16
Listen up! @amymetc on virtual teach-in January 25 via
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Patty Hambler Jan 23
Sovereign Bodies: Decolonizing Consent with Sarah Hunt and Natalie Clark. “What is your sacred yes? What is your sacred no?... What does consent feel like in your body?
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Carrie Jenkins 25 Jan 16
We may lack adequate words to explain what's happening. The phrase "sexual assault" wasn't always around:
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Sophie Diesel 25 Jan 16
Download ios bible app and bookmark your verses-
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