Stop The Perpetuation Of Rape Culture

In the article below, The Boston Area Rape Crisis Center's Executive Director talks about the harm in merely dismissing "locker room talk" and the dangerous implications that has on society and the perpetuation of rape culture.

Click here for the full article.

Happy 2017!

Happy New Year! 

Thank you to everyone who has supported us over these past few months. Moving into the new year we want to continue to grow & help even more survivors of sexual violence. 

What are your new year resolutions?

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Take A Stand Against Rape Culture

There are still a few 'Netflix and Consent' tanks left for sale! Unisex tees are going to be available for pre-order later this week! Shop here.

We want to give a major thanks to Wristband Bros for making these products a reality and for supporting survivors.

Everyone can do their part in ending sexual violence. Get involved today.

 

Pre-Orders

The first batch of pre-orders has arrived! Tanks are shipping out first thing tomorrow morning. If you ordered a top within the last few days, that pre-order will be getting shipped out within the next week or two. Thank you all for your patience and support!

Thank You

The 'Netflix and Consent' tank top pre-orders should be shipping out within the next week or so. Thank you to everyone for your support and patience! If you haven't purchased a tank and want to do so you can shop them here.

New Massachusetts Law Supports Survivors

A crucial new law was enacted on behalf of survivors in Massachusetts recently. It mandates the storage of sexual assault evidence collection kits for 15 years, the statue of limitations for rape. Prior to this, kits were automatically stored for six months and it would be up to the survivor to decide whether or not to extend the storage. This new law takes that burden away from survivors.

The work doesn't end now, though. We need to take this momentum and continue to advocate for laws that support survivors.

Stop Making Excuses And Start Making Progress

A powerful statement from Emily Doe, the "Stanford survivor".

"When we make it a priority to avoid harming or violating another human being, and when we hold accountable those who do... then we are going somewhere."

It's time to stop making excuses and start making progress.