Love (self-, romantic, solidarity) SMASHES Patriarchy and Rape Culture

September 8, 2013
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By Nicole Burres of SMASH Patriarchy and Rape Culture

Nicole Burres, a member of SMASH Patriarchy and Rape Culture, asked a series of people about how patriarchy and rape culture affected them. Most chose to remain anonymous, but two @LoriAdorable and @JollySaintBitch, are active on twitter. These animated interviews give a face to the statement, “Patriarchy and Rape Culture affect EVERYONE.”

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Patriarchy and Rape CultureSMASH Patriarchy and Rape Culture is a local Kansas City group devoted to awareness and campaigns to end patriarchy and rape culture.

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