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Author Topic: What's going on at ST. FX  (Read 2842 times)
LOL too right
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« Reply #40 on: Sun, 24-Dec-17 @ 07:05:19AM »
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He must be an X grad.  He could be the AD or Waterman oh wait those guys only have something to say when they are crying about other programs

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Backlash against victims
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« Reply #41 on: Sun, 24-Dec-17 @ 07:13:13AM »
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Some female athletes at St. Francis Xavier University have come up with a remarkable response to sex-assault charges against two members of the varsity football team.

Soccer players have launched a solidarity campaign with sexual assault survivors, quelling a potential backlash that experts say can arise in the wake of damning allegations against popular male athletes on university campuses.

Sarah Bruce, a second-year student on the X-Women soccer team, launched the campaign called We Stand Together to channel her anger and spark social change on the Antigonish, N.S., campus, she said.

As accounts of sexual assaults by powerful men surface around the world, the small-town university in Atlantic Canada is facing its own reckoning with allegations of sexual violence. The solidarity campaign appears to have helped stamp out the once ubiquitous victim-blaming tropes that emerge when accusations are levelled against powerful male students on university campuses.

"These students understand what's happening at St. F.X. is part of the much broader #MeToo movement," she said. "They understand that St. F.X. isn't immune from these larger conversations that we seem to be having as a society right now about sexual violence and permissiveness towards sexual violence and the structures of power that sustain sexual violence."

Late last month, police charged two defensive backs on the X-Men varsity football team with sexual assault.


The backlash against the victims is too often the case. Probably why some are against the article about their teams football players.
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