Kavanaugh Website Turned Resource for Sexual Assault Survivors

Activists have secured the URL BrettKavanaugh.com and have turned the site into a resource for sexual assault survivors.

When you arrive at the site, you are greeted by an enormous photo of the Supreme Court with the words “We Believe Survivors” emblazoned across it.

It is a political statement no one could miss, and an incredibly appropriate use for the web domain moving forward.

The website contains links to support groups and resources like the National Sexual Violence Resource Center, End Rape on Campus, and Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network.

There is also an entire section devoted to information and resources to help you take action when it comes to fixing the Supreme Court and demanding reforms like term limits.

 

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2 comments

  • I have to disagree with this one. Allegations without evidence are what led to women being burned in Salem and artists to be blacklisted during the McCarthy persecutions. A person has a right to due process and a trial by their peers. There is no statute of limitations in Maryland where the primary incidence is alleged to have occurred. The appropriate and fair way to determine guilt or innocence is by filing a claim of a crime with the police. Until a person is found guilty, we would all want to be presumed innocent.

    • I’m not sure what it is you disagree with, the activists turning the site into a resource for sexual assault survivors?

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