We whisper and gossip. We hope our daughters are not rounding up their girlfriends to go to parties like this. We hope our sons wouldn’t drop a roofy, rohypnol, into the glass of an unsuspecting girl with the express intent of raping her. We hope….
We are speechless. This article is beyond notable. Thank you for this.
*And sidenote: shout out to the incredible group behind React to Film AU who use media every month to bring attention to notable causes.
Charlie is getting neutered today, so his watch begins. It shall not end until his death. He shall take no wife, hold no lands, father no puppies. He shall wear no crowns and win no glory. He shall live and die at his post. He is the sword in the darkness. He is the watcher on the walls. He is the shield that guards the realms of men. He pledge his life and honor to the Night’s Watch, for this night and all the nights to come.
In the two years of working on Project Unbreakable, I never allowed myself to break. I focused on only giving others a voice. I didn’t realize I had allowed my family anguish — and myself — to silence my own.
Hi everyone, it’s Grace. I wrote an article for the Huffington Post yesterday and I wanted to share it with you. It is something I have wanted to talk more about for a long time, but I haven’t had the courage to do so. Thank you to everyone involved in the project for teaching me how to be a little more brave.
in light of everything that’s happened with AU, i think it’s really important to share this article and encourage people to check out project unbreakable.
"Get the bitches in the right state of intoxication so the plows will be raining all over the place," read one of the fraternity-wide emails. "She had a friend who got raped in our house?" read another. "I would like to meet this lying cunt and show her how African men tread their women." In an unrelated email chain, another Epsilon Iota fraternity member lamented, "Something needs to be done so bitches will still go to our parties."
i’m sorry i keep posting about this, but i’m so angry and upset about this whole thing. maybe now AU will get their shit together and do something about EI.
AU must handle the ‘EI problem’ with a zero-tolerance policy toward the perpetrators, writes Seth Yates.
A movement which began anonymously is becoming more vocal by the moment. Kudos to all those who are putting themselves on the line to promote a rape free culture.
Seth, you are a role model.
i just need to be a mom already, honestly.
i can’t believe nick died a year ago today. i’m kind of jealous of his friends that keep posting such nice pics with him, but then i remember that we were too busy ruling freshman year to pose for the camera. i’ll never forget the times i spent acting a fool and he spent laughing hysterically, hanging out in the dorms/lounge with all our leo 8 friends.