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With the new decade already promising further momentum regarding sexual abuse cases, specialist lawyers Bolt Burdon Kemp analysed online posts on social media and news forums to investigate how the public reacts to high-profiles cases of sexual assault and abuse.
Trigger warning: The following piece is about surviving sexual violence. If you think this will be disturbing for you, then you might choose not to read it. Or you might want to read it somewhere that you feel safe and comfortable. If you find that reading is getting unmanageable, STOP, do something calming, and only […]
My name is Alex Feis-Bryce and I’m really proud and honoured to be the new CEO of SurvivorsUK. I’m also a survivor. I’ve experienced sexual violence twice, at very different stages of my life and in different circumstances. When I was raped as a first-year university student, barely an adult, I’d just moved to a […]
My name is Wolfgang. I am a UK resident and Austrian citizen. I am a survivor of childhood sadistic sexual abuse starting at a very early age and carrying on into teenage and adult years. The abuse created a dissociative identity phenomenon which meant that a part of me – which always remained that 5 […]