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Voices Beyond Assault is a 501c3 nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering the lives of survivors of sexual and domestic violence. We provide aid, resources and innovative therapy programs with a focus on healing past trauma. Our programs focus on allowing survivors to share their abuse and healing stories and explore healing methods with experts in the fields of childhood and adult sexual abuse.
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Athletic Assault

Connor Erwin

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My goal is to make training more fun for you by combining superheroes and fitness! I want to help you attack your dreams. Whether it's a fitness dream or a business dream, I'm here to help!
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Verbal Assault

Verbal Assault

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In a world teetering on the brink of annihilation, five friends meet to have a few laughs and watch it all burn. Science, religion, news, conspiracy, and the occasional improv comedy: all options are on the table. Enter our bunker, crack open a beer and hang out with the dudes of Verbal Assault. Who knows? One day it may save your life.
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Sexual assault and the damage it can do to someone. Spreading awareness to the topic, and letting people know sexual assault is not ok! Hopefully this podcast helps you realize how important it is to stand up for our bodies and how important each of us are. I’m begging you, don’t sexually assault anyone.
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After The Assault

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How can sexual assault survivors find a path to healing even when justice isn’t served? Host Sammy Caiola and Data Reporter Emily Zentner help us understand survivor experiences in the immediate aftermath of sexual violence and during police investigations. You’ll meet women searching for inner strength and legal resolution amid trauma, experts looking at the cracks in a law enforcement system that rarely yields rape convictions or even charges, detectives trying to solve some of the most di ...
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Sexual Assault Responder Network

modjul online training

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The Sexual Assault Responder Network podcast showcases efforts and improvements of sexual assault training, evidence kit tracking, and best practices across the country. This podcast is striving to promote a trauma-informed, victim-centered coordinated community response.
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My Cyber Assault

Sabrina Sabbagh

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I have been the victim of ongoing cyber harassment that has included the public posting of a private and intimate video. My naked body was hurled into the homes, purses and pockets of more than 1,000 of my Facebook friends, including members of my family.
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Catriona Morton talks to fellow survivors of sexual assault and abuse about what happened to them and how they cope now. After experiencing sexual abuse and assault herself, Catriona felt like she was abandoned by society, “stranded in an ocean,” she says, "with only a life raft and no rescue in sight.” So she created her own life raft with a blog called Life Continues After, where anyone affected by sexual trauma can share their stories and advice in the hope that others will find something ...
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Assault Recci Podcast

Darrion Aufderhar

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In Georgia, serious violent crimes for which a life sentence can be imposed generally must be prosecuted within seven years. Rape is an exception though where the State has 15 years to bring charges. However, the law currently provides for no statute of limitations in cases where DNA is used to identify the accused. So, in those cases, the prosecution can be brought at any time. Now, SB 287 is being introduced to remove the statute of limitations in all rape cases.Pursuant to SB 287, a bill ...
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Thomas Edward was sexually abused starting at the age of 6 and continuing until he was 15. Thomas turned his pain into a passion for helping other men heal from their abuse as children by becoming a psychotherapist, life coach and friend to hundreds of men looking for help in their healing journeys. "Coach T", as he is known to those he helps, prov…
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Nathan grew up in Australia with a loving family, until one day at the age of 8, Nathan was approached by a man at a public swimming pool who brutally raped him. Following this horrific event, Nathan’s perpetrator continued to insert himself into Nathan’s life - forming a relationship through grooming, threats and creating a sense of dependency. On…
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Sandy Phillips Kirkham is a survivor of clergy abuse and the author of, "Let Me Prey Upon You". Sandy was very active in her church growing up, her faith was the center of her life. When she was 16 her youth pastor groomed and manipulated her into a sexual relationship. After years of abuse she managed to exit the relationship and reclaim her life.…
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The Men of Voices Beyond Assault presents A Conversation with Robert H. Marshall Jr. Robert endured physical and sexual abuse from 9 different men beginning at the age of 4 and ending when he was 19. But Robert was able to take control of his life and has become an inspiration and motivational speaker for men nationwide. Based in Chicago, Robert st…
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The Men of Voices Beyond Assault present A Conversation with John-Michael Lander. At 14, John-Michael was an accomplished diver – destined to rise to the world stage in the Olympics. But soon after, the adults put in charge off his training, began grooming him and trafficking him into a life of sexual abuse. Thus began a secret life for John-Michae…
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The Men of Voices Beyond Assault present A Conversation with Gloria Masters . Gloria is our first female guest and we invited her because of all the incredible work she does on behalf of survivors, both male and female. Gloria is a survivor of horrific abuse and sex trafficking by her father beginning at the age of 4, with knowledge and assistance …
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The Men of Voices Beyond Assault presents A Conversation with Lt. Dairius Kawewehi. Dairius is a survivor of sexual and domestic abuse by his parents. At the age of 4, one of his teachers discovered he was being abused. At that point, Dairius was removed from his home and sent to the first of 5 foster homes. During this time, Dairius was forced to …
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The Men of Voices Beyond Assault present A Conversation with Wade Robson. Wade took the courageous step to come forward and expose his story of sexual abuse by pop singer Michael Jackson, which began when he was just 7 years old. Wade's story was chronicled, along with survivor James Safechuck, in the documentary "Leaving Neverland." Wade and James…
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The Men of Voices Beyond Assault present A Conversation with Dr. Patrick Gannon, a clinical psychologist, currently practicing in San Francisco, and founder of ASCA (Adult Survivors of Child Abuse). Dr. Gannon is also the author of Soul Survivors: A New Beginning for Adults Abused as Children in which he first debuted his 21-step program for healin…
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The Men of Voices Beyond Assault presents A Conversation with Perry Power, author of "Breaking The Silence" which details Perry's sexual abuse at the hands of his step-grandfather when Perry was a child. This interview details Perry's struggles as a result of his abuse and his ultimate healing as a result of coming forward and telling his story. Ho…
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Part 2 of my interview with Andrew Pledger. This episode will focus on Andrew's experience with conversion therapy, how he found support exiting fundamentalism, his expulsion from BJU, and the work he's doing healing and speaking out. Andrew was raised in a fundamentalist Christian cult and realized in his youth that he was gay. He attended Bob Jon…
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Andrew Pledger was raised in a fundamentalist Christian cult and realized in his youth that he was gay. He attended Bob Jones University, which is a fundamentalist Christian college with a chilling history of abuse. While there, Andrew was bullied, harassed, tailed by college employees, and subjected to conversion therapy. In his junior year Andrew…
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Alice Cottonsox joins me to talk about recovering from childhood abuse, battling Agoraphobia, and facing online hate with humor. Alice is very open about her mental health struggles in her viral videos and she's helping many survivors feel less alone. Alice is being her own parent and raising herself, something that we sometimes have to do post-tra…
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Do you think of yourself as "broken" because of your trauma? What about "wounded"? My sister Chie and I discuss how the language we use to talk about our trauma intersects with our healing. This episode is an invitation to investigate the hidden meaning that some words might be holding for us. I used to think of myself as broken but gradually shift…
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I'm back! Welcome to Season 5! Today I'll be sharing some of what I got up to over my break, letting you know what's new in Season 5, and talking about what's alive for me in my personal healing journey right now. In March my sister Chie and I attended Paganicon 2023, an annual Pagan Convention in the Twin Cities. I know a lot of you have been wait…
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This is truly our last episode. We want to thank you all for listening to us through out the years and being apart of this. It really means a lot that you've been with us and we hate to see you go. Deuces! -Verbal Assault PodcastVerbal Assault
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This is the last episode of Season 4! Today I'll be taking some time to thank everyone who made this season possible, updating you about how I'm doing, and what I'll be getting up to over break! New episodes will resume in July 2023. Just because there aren't new episodes doesn't mean there isn't new content! I'm taking time during break to practic…
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Letters for the Fire is a listener participation project. Listeners were invited to write a letter to their rapist or abuser, and I promised to read them before burning them in a ritual. The goal is to create a community opportunity for catharsis, release, and healing. Today I will be reading your letters so your words can be heard. A video of the …
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Ruth is a survivor who has been facing her past and doing the work. She's a listener who is sharing some of her story and discussing some of the steps she's been taking in her life to heal. She's been meeting her trauma with courage, humanity, and grace that I know others will find inspiring. We discuss her assault by a family member, how her recen…
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My sister Chie joins me to talk about our evolving understanding of self-care and emotional regulation. We are both survivors navigating life and CPTSD. I hope you'll join us for some laughter and real talk. Chie has a BA in Somatic Psychology. She is a harpist, Championship Irish Dancer, and singer. She and her partner live in the Midwest with the…
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Obelis is a Lithuanian Fantasy and LGBTQ+ comic artist. Her work includes War & Tea, Meow Are You?, and The Recloseted Lesbian. Obelis tried to come out as a lesbian but was forced back into the closet by her ultra-religious, homophobic, and abusive mother. In The Recloseted Lesbian she deconstructs and processes memories from her abusive childhood…
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Kalpashree Gupta joins me to share her journey in healing from childhood sexual abuse. We discuss letting go of shame and blame, what forgiveness means to her, breaking cycles of family trauma, and where she's found strength, grace, and empowerment. Kalpa is the CEO and founder of Knekxt Group, a consulting and coaching company helping her clients …
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Michelle M. Kang is the founder and president of One Life One Heart, a nonprofit organization which helps underserved sexual abuse survivors by offering culturally sensitive community support. She has dedicated herself to creating safe spaces where survivors can feel heard, regain their self-confidence, and fulfill their purpose in life. Michelle w…
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Paula Mulamula is the host of the Mental Health podcast, Talk Shit With P where she focuses on real talk and breaking the stigma surrounding mental health issues. Today Paula is breaking her silence and sharing her story of surviving sexual assault and reclaiming her power post-trauma. She also shares how podcasting helped her find her way out of d…
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Emi is a survivor of family sexual abuse; she was molested by a family member over a long period of time as a young kid. After spending over a decade hiding from her past she decided to try to heal from it. Her healing journey led her to starting her own podcast: Motherful: Powerful Moms, Powerful Topics. Her co-host is her best friend Kayla, toget…
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Hollis Brown's platform as Miss Wisconsin USA is focused on survivor advocacy, and she’s a part of End Violence Against Women International’s “Start By Believing” campaign. Today Hollis speaks about her assault in college, how trauma changed her life, where she has found strength, and the work she’s doing in the world. Originally from Savannah, Geo…
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Part 2 of my conversation with Kaitlin Bellamy about what it was like for her growing up in the Mormon Church and the ways that purity culture contributed to the abuse she experienced in her marriage. Purity Culture grooms people to enable, accept, and perpetrate abuse. She shares her healing journey now that she is free to be her full, authentic s…
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Kaitlin Bellamy shares what it was like for her growing up in the Mormon Church and discusses the ways that purity culture contributed to the abuse she experienced in her marriage. Purity Culture grooms people to enable, accept, and perpetrate abuse and assault. She shares her healing journey now that she is free to be her full, authentic self. Kai…
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In 2006 I was assaulted and stalked by a monk in India. In this episode I share my journal entries recording this experience and then discuss the ways this trauma has affected my life. I discuss the intersecting issues of race, culture, and gender; as well as the importance of anti-racism work in trauma healing. I share the way that being assaulted…
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In this episode my friend Sage and I listen to audio we recorded two years ago during lockdown and reflect on it. We talk about (and feel our way through) some of the very intense systemic issues we're facing in America and in the world. We talk about self-care, finding ways to keep moving forward, staying resilient, and finding ways to engage and …
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We're back! In this episode I'll be sharing what I've been up to on my break, what I have planned for this season of the podcast, and I'll be talking about a really rough day I had last week in the wake of Roe vs Wade being overturned. Letters for the Fire is back in Season 4! This is a listener participation project. I am inviting survivors to wri…
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Today we're showcasing Orleans Parish efforts in reducing the sexual assault evidence kit backlog and their developments in sexual assault investigation training. Check out the Orleans Parish DA's website: OrleansDA.com/divisions/sexual-assault-kit-initiative And their brochure which is a survivor's guide to the resolution of cold cases: What's nex…
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Today we're showcasing Georgia's efforts in reducing the sexual assault evidence kit backlog and their developments in sexual assault investigation training. Check out the Georgia SAKI website: https://cjcc.georgia.gov/sexual-assault-kit-initiative-saki-grant And the Sexual Violance Resource of Georgia website at https://svrga.org/ If your state or…
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This is the last episode of Season 3! Today I'll be taking some time to thank everyone who made this season possible, updating you about my plans and exciting new content during my break, as well as letting you know about some changes moving forward with Season 4! New episodes will resume 7/5/22. Just because there aren't new episodes doesn't mean …
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Earlier in Season 3 I invited listeners to participate in a project called Letters for the Fire. It was an invitation for communal catharsis and healing. I invited listeners to write a letter to their rapist or abuser, and I would read it in an episode, and then burn all of them in a ritual. Here are the letters I received from listeners. Thank you…
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In this episode I share my experience of anal rape, discuss the dangerous myth that boys/men/AMAB people can't control themselves, discuss consent, and talk about some of the reasons why it was so difficult for me to identify this particular assault as valid and as a rape. Sexual Assault can happen to anyone, regardless of gender or sexual orientat…
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Vanessa is a veteran and a survivor of sexual assault within the military. Vanessa shares her story of trauma, her feelings of shame and lack of self-worth, and her spiral into depression which nearly ended in suicide. She found strength and she has moved into a place of growth, empowerment, self-love, and healing. Vanessa is sharing her story in t…
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Kelly Thiel exited the notorious NXIVM cult and shares her journey with healing and deprogramming in the aftermath of indoctrination. She has taken her power back and is helping others to do the same. Kelly is an accomplished voice actress, author, speaker, consultant, and the driving force behind her new platform, Be Glorious. Kelly was a member o…
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Denise Bossarte is a survivor of childhood sexual abuse and now she is helping others heal. Join us for a conversation about Denise's healing journey as well as her beautiful book, "Thriving After Sexual Abuse: Break Your Bondage to the Past and Live a Life You Love". Denise Bossarte is an award-winning writer, poet, photographer, and artist. Denis…
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Investigative journalist Robert Evans explores the murky online spaces where the Capitol insurrection was conceived and planned. He discovers how a single lie snowballed online into one of the biggest gaslights in American political history. The Assault on America is produced by Cool Zone Media, iHeartRadio, and Novel. Learn more about your ad-choi…
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Robert Evans delves into the deep history of Donald Trump’s ‘Stop the Steal’ campaign, getting on the trail of a wily right wing activist at the heart of the operation. The Assault on America is produced by Cool Zone Media, iHeartRadio, and Novel. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com See omnystudio.com/listener f…
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There were those at the Capitol insurrection who got carried away in the moment and acted rashly. There were others who planned for violence from the start. Robert Evans looks under the hood of the most extensively prosecuted paramilitary organization from the Capitol insurrection. The Assault on America is produced by Cool Zone Media, iHeartRadio,…
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The Capitol insurrection was a content creation exercise on an epic scale. Robert Evans tells the story of a far right influencer addicted to online engagement, who surfed the social media algorithms, cruising through music and politics before finally breaching the Capitol with an outrageous plan in mind. The Assault on America is produced by Cool …
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The virus enters the mainframe. Donald Trump’s Big Lie is ushered into the Senate Chamber by a ruthlessly ambitious young Senator who will do anything to get ahead, even at the cost of democracy itself. The Assault on America is produced by Cool Zone Media, iHeartRadio, and Novel. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork…
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In the wake of the Capitol insurrection, Donald Trump claimed that his supporters had posed “zero threat” to police and had offered them “hugs and kisses”. Robert Evans hears from Capitol Police officers who tell a different story, having battled rioters, bear spray, and bomb threats in defense of democracy. The Assault on America is produced by Co…
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