As many “comfort women” returned home, they were silenced by a patriarchal society that deemed the chastity of unmarried women paramount.
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The continued silence in the upcoming election on domestic violence only perpetuates the problem.
Acknowledging the structural nature of sexual violence needn’t result in narrow economism.
The action was organised by activists at USyd, UTS and Macquarie University.
Feminist activists spoke out against rape culture and systemic lack of support for survivors as universities await the results of the 2021 National Student Safety Survey due for release tomorrow.
Organised by the USyd Women’s collective, the protest took aim at ongoing sexual violence on campus and at colleges.
Honi checks the University’s maths
Emilie Heath is raising awareness of unsafe conditions faced by nursing students.
A report of the survey’s results will be released in March 2022.
Youth survivors will not be silent on issues of sexual violence.