je9729 karma2021-04-06 16:58:04 UTC
Full disclosure: I am a male rape victim and this is something of a pet issue of mine. At least in the area I live in, sexual assault counselling services are extremely female-centric to the point that they can be almost inaccessible to male survivors as well as to male-appearing trans women. With the rates of report among male victims already extremely low, what do you think can be done to spread awareness within the sector about making services easier for male victims to access and do you believe that there is a certain code of practice that services ought to follow to ensure nobody feels unwelcome?
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je973 karma2021-04-06 17:59:38 UTC
Thanks for your response, and I'm really glad that you don't turn anybody away. Hopefully more services will follow your good example in the future.
je971 karma2020-09-17 16:50:35 UTC
Without raising taxes in the slightest, what is one thing local governments can do to ensure affordable housing?
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