It's a privilege to work alongside some strong personalities. The month of June ends with the adventure in Pittsburgh #marchagainstrevengeporn #enoughact.
Notable mentions - The Badass Army
Battling Against Demeaning or Abusive Selfie Sharing (BADASS) is a group of both allies and victims fighting against the unethical and nonconsensual sharing of photos, also known as revenge porn. We notify people when their pictures are found online and we offer emotional support as well as resources to help get those photos removed.
We are a group who offers support to anyone who needs it, but because of the current atmosphere surrounding revenge porn, we are not able to accept all requests to BADASS. If you are unable to join and would still like to support us you can do so by following us on Twitter, sending an email, or donating to our gofundme. Thank you for your support. This is not something we can fight alone.
50 Shades of Silence
I have assembled a team and a production crew, from literally all over the world, and we are mapping out a plan for production, travel, research, equipment, etc, not to mention post-production and the final product – a social impact film and a chance for you to host 50 Shades of Silence film screenings in your community, school, church, organization.
This will give you the opportunity to invite representatives in your community to watch the film together and then open this topic up for true discussions and to explore solutions. You will also be able to download the documentary on your computer and watch it from home.
Can we do this? You bet. We are ready, we just need your help. Please visit our donation page to make your choice of contribution. Whether it is large or small it doesn’t matter, what matters is that you have played your role and voiced your support.
Let’s do this together! Thank you.
Cyber civil justice for all
The #March Against Revenge Porn is an internationally-acclaimed cyber civil rights organization dedicated to combatting the unlawful practice of revenge porn and image abuse through federal lobbying, cyber-sex education, media advocacy, victim support services & a series of nationwide protest marches. MARP is the first organization of it's kind - founded by a young, queer victim for marginalized victims everywhere.
On April 1, 2017, we marched across the Brooklyn Bridge to start the movement to end revenge porn worldwide. 6 months later, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio passed city-wide revenge porn legislation. We know that our protest efforts have led to direct legislative change.
The #March Against Revenge Porn is believed in intersectionality and focuses on intersects of revenge porn and LGBTQ discrimination, mental health, sexual violence and human trafficking. Our mission is to amplify and mobilize victims and lawmakers to combat this public health crisis that affects over 10 million internet users in the United States.
We work hard to change the narrative around cyber sex crimes & will not stop until revenge porn is criminalized nationwide.