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June 12, 2019

It will come. It will go. The outcome is beyond my control. Unless I say the wrong thing. Or wear the wrong thing. Or I cry too much. Or not enough. It will come. It will go. And I will survive regardless of what they say. 

I am more than my assault. I am more than a gu...

May 29, 2019

The month of May brings with it so many feelings; the freshness of spring, the innocence of prom, the crack of the softball bat. And the anniversary of my daughter's rape. I’ve been procrastinating writing this entry—I do not want to explore where these memories take m...

May 14, 2019

Someone once said, “The scars you share become lighthouses for other people who are headed to the same rocks you hit”. I have scars. My daughters have scars. I’m guessing you may have scars too.

Farol is a place, a lighthouse to be exact; a place where we can be free to...

April 3, 2018

Bystander intervention has been at the forefront of my mind since I began to teach

consent education as a peer educator.

It is quite likely that I have read every Tumblr post relating to bystander intervention, seen every relevant PSA, and led too many bystander interven...

March 31, 2018

I always wanted to be a hero growing up. As time went on though, eventually I realized that was unrealistic.

There are all kinds of “heroes” in the world, but no superheroes. Sometimes all you need is a hero. 

I was 14 years old when I was in an abusive relationship. Th...

March 30, 2018

The following post is written by the team at HeartMob, a movement to end online harassment by providing real-time, immediate support. Their work, fueled by the anti-harassment organization Hollaback! also empowers bystanders to act when they see harassment and contribu...

Opening a chapter of SafeBae at my high school in California opened my eyes to the severity of sexual harassment as an issue in today's society. With this new understanding, it allowed me to observe certain interactions between individuals in public that would be deeme...

March 21, 2018

In my sophomore year of high school I was in a class with a new teacher. The teacher kept referring to a student with incorrect pronouns, even though the student’s preferred pronouns were on their school information. Every time this happened the class would squirm in d...

March 12, 2018

We are excited to announce the launch of our BAE CODE BLOG where people can send in stories of when people stepped up, got someone safely out of an escalating difficult situation, challenged rape culture, recognized someone's inability to consent and STOPPED what was h...

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