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Category: Domestic Violence
Myths About Domestic Violence
By AJ Underwood Myth: Abusers can’t control their emotions, so they lash out.Fact: Abusers don’t become violent because they lose ...
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The Intersectionality of Sexual Assault
by Sydney Uhl Understanding the various forms and impacts of sexual assault requires an understanding of intersectionality. Intersectionality ...
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Teen Dating Violence in LGBTQ+ Relationship
by Sydney Uhl Teen dating violence is a prevalent problem that affects people with all gender identities and sexual orientations. Teen da...
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By Abbey Cates Gaslighting is a term that originates from a 1930’s play, in which a husband drove his wife to a breaking point when he d...
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Domestic Violence in Pop Culture
By Abbey Cates Domestic Violence in the media has become so normalized, we often find ourselves wishing for relationships we see on the big sc...
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Domestic Violence and Employment
By Abbey Underwood Although we may think of domestic violence as an issue that primarily affects survivors’ lives at home, the impact of...
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IPV in Queer Relationships
By Abbey Underwood  Although conversations about domestic violence frequently center on heterosexual relationships, abuse can impact indi...
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Domestic Violence & Disability
By Abbey Underwood Many members of our community are impacted by both disability and domestic violence. The CDC estimates that 31% of Arkansas...
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