The UNGA in 1999 introduced a draft resolution calling for the designation the 25th of November as the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. The realization that every 10 seconds an American is sexually assaulted and every 9 seconds in the US a woman is assaulted or beaten. These appalling statistics is not just an American issue, it is a serious mostly unnoticed by many epidemic that has spread its unquestionable claws around the world for so long.
It is past time to help and try to put an end for future generations of girls and women and all victims of violence. …
June is pride month and also with the 50 years of Stonewall I wanted to share my coming out story.
That is one of the biggest misconception and bi erasers to this day.
I came fully publicly out as Bisexual in 2013. I first realized I was also attracted to girls and had some wonderful experience with a girl in high school in 2011 then I met who would become my husband Matt.
Yes I am happily married to my husband but that does not mean I am not bisexual and that is one of the biggest misconception and bi erasers to this day that a bi person is not bi if they are with in any form the opposite or even same sex. …
My name is Brittany N Sparks (nèe Feulner) And I have been asked over the past month or so with my recent outward posts about my assault yes I am a Sexual Assault, Rape, and Physical Assault Survivor.
Remember your past is not the destination only the blueprint that has been laid down that you can build and grow from.
I won’t be going into detail on it today but I was attacked and abused at the end of 2011–2012, But I am not ashamed of being a survivor I take what had happened to me and use my voice and platform to raise awareness and support to those who have experienced the same. …