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CHOOSING OUR WORDS: THE DILEMMA OF GENDER-NEUTRAL LANGUAGE, Red Crowley, Men Stopping Violence, Decatur, GA.
DISTINGUISHING WHEN LANGUAGE IS THREATENING, Rus Funk, Courier-Journal, June 26, 2015. Copyright © 2015 www.courier-journal.com.
ENVISION. ACT. PREVENT. ~ CHANGING NORMS, CHALLENGING LANGUAGE (video), David Lee, PreventConnect, Mary Lauby, Jane Doe Inc.: The Massachusetts Coalition Against Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence, Monika Johnson Hostler, North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault, consultant Joan Tabachnick and Isa Woldeguiorguis, Center for Hope and Healing, October 25, 2012.
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Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, QUEER OR QUESTIONING (LGBTQ) LANGUAGE, Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape, Enola, PA. Copyright © 2012 Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape.
MEN SPEAK OUT ABOUT SEXIST COVERAGE OF RAPE: A CALL TO ACTION, April 2011.
Listen to Michael Shaw, Waypoint Domestic Violence Shelter and National Center on Domestic and Sexual Violence, and Emiliano C. Diaz de Leon, Texas Association Against Sexual Assault, talk to PreventConnect's David Lee about why they signed a statement with more than 40 men titled, "Men Speak Out about Sexist Coverage of Rape: A Call to Action".
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A PERSON PAPER ON PURITY IN LANGUAGE MATTERS, William Satire, alias Douglas R. Hofstader, Metamagical Themas: Questing for the Essence of Mind and Pattern, Basic Books, New York, NY: 1985.
SexualVIOLENCE PERPETRATORS ARE COMMON AMONG ADOLESCENTS... OR ARE THEY? THE POWER OF LANGUAGE WHEN DISCUSSING SEXUAL VIOLENCE, Katie Gotch and Joan Tabachnick, Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment Blog, Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA: October 14, 2013.
SOME WORDS ARE UP TO NO GOOD, eVEN IF THEY SEEM HARMLESS. THINK IT'S TIME TO GET RID OF THESE?, Morgan Shoaff, Upworthy.
TALKING ABOUT GENDER & SEXUALITY ~ SEXUAL VIOLENCE & INDIVIDUALS WHO IDENTIFY AS LGBTQ, National Sexual Violence Resource Center and Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape, Enola, PA. Copyright © 2012 National Sexual Violence Resource Center and Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape.
VIOLENCE STARTS WITH WORDS, Blog, Cindy Waitt, Sioux City, SD: August 1, 2013.
WHY SEXIST LANGUAGE MATTERS, Sherry Kleinman, AlterNet, March 12, 2007.
WORDS MATTERS ~ SUGGESTED GUIDELINES ON LANGUAGE USE FOR SEXUAL ASSAULT, Training Bulletin, End Violence Against Women International, Addy, WA: June 2013.
WORDS USED IN SEXUAL ASSAULT POLICE REPORTS CAN HELP OR HURT CASES, Rachel Dissell, Blog, The Cleveland Plain Dealer, July 21, 2010. Copyright © 2010 Northeast Ohio Media Group LLC.