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goretober: dinner | looking out for the sibs before digging in!

banhmiboy: goretober: dinner | looking out for the sibs before digging in!

Children, Dad, and Facts: dare-i-say-asexual Can we please be the generation that stops putting up with the family child molester? The grown uncle who dates teenage girls, the husband who makes uncomfortable comments about young women's clothing, or the cousin who raises red flags with their behavior towards children but no one wants to talk about all need to go Children, especially young women, are expected to "keep the family together" by not making a fuss over incredibly traumatic behavior Children don't deserve to suffer trauma for adults' feelings of togetherness. They're more worthy of protection than predators. A healthy family is not built on the backs of abuse survivors expected to live their lives in silence without justice, support, or protection baamilk * to-Price ladyfatmouse We are that's why a lot of the generations before us don't like us clarknokent Facts, as call them out on their shit soon as we find out. Or let it be known that we not going to stuff they're gonna be at yourunclesatan one other thing don't limit your vigilance to men. female abusers almost never get caught, reported, or even spoken of. i never got help because everybody assumed that a mother was incapable of sexually abusing her own kids. nobody was looking out for me or my brothers and if they had been, they would have automatically suspected my dad who never lifted a finger to harm us. the nurturing gentle woman stereotype/gender role held in place by sexism allows abusers to get away with everything - don't buy into it and don't assume that women can't be abusers too root out every abuser in your family, even if they 're women. Source: dare-i-say-asexual 32,544 notes Dec 6th, 2018 A call to action, for holiday family gatherings and beyond
Children, Dad, and Facts: dare-i-say-asexual
 Can we please be the generation that stops putting up with the family
 child molester? The grown uncle who dates teenage girls, the
 husband who makes uncomfortable comments about young women's
 clothing, or the cousin who raises red flags with their behavior
 towards children but no one wants to talk about all need to go
 Children, especially young women, are expected to "keep the family
 together" by not making a fuss over incredibly traumatic behavior
 Children don't deserve to suffer trauma for adults' feelings of
 togetherness. They're more worthy of protection than predators. A
 healthy family is not built on the backs of abuse survivors expected
 to live their lives in silence without justice, support, or protection
 baamilk
 * to-Price
 ladyfatmouse
 We are that's why a lot of the generations before us don't like us
 clarknokent
 Facts, as call them out on their shit soon as we find out. Or let it be
 known that we not going to stuff they're gonna be at
 yourunclesatan
 one other thing
 don't limit your vigilance to men. female abusers almost never get
 caught, reported, or even spoken of. i never got help because
 everybody assumed that a mother was incapable of sexually abusing
 her own kids. nobody was looking out for me or my brothers and if
 they had been, they would have automatically suspected my dad
 who never lifted a finger to harm us. the nurturing gentle woman
 stereotype/gender role held in place by sexism allows abusers to get
 away with everything - don't buy into it and don't assume that women
 can't be abusers too
 root out every abuser in your family, even if
 they 're women.
 Source: dare-i-say-asexual
 32,544 notes Dec 6th, 2018
A call to action, for holiday family gatherings and beyond

A call to action, for holiday family gatherings and beyond

Love, Memes, and Windows: I love looking out at windows to view the great outdoors, even at the mall
Love, Memes, and Windows: I love looking out at windows to view the great outdoors, even at the mall

I love looking out at windows to view the great outdoors, even at the mall