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Let’s Talk about How We Talk…

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NRCDV Publications
Published Date
June, 2017
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Rape culture shapes our language about sexual assault. Problematic comments may not even be explicitly about rape – comments that reflect attitudes about homophobia, ableism, racism, or any other form of oppression still perpetuate rape culture. In NRCDV's June 2017 TA Question of the month, NSVRC prevention specialist Mo Lewis offers guidance on how to confront problematic language.

See more TAQs on NRCDV's news blog.