Daisy Coleman

The story of sexual assault and victimization through social media has unfortunately become commonplace. Between the universality of cellphones with cameras and the widespread cultural adoption of social media, victims are often trapped in a wrath of character assassination and name-calling long after their assault.
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A Missouri teen who’s been at the center of a rape case has landed in a Kansas City hospital after she reportedly attempted to commit suicide.
"On Twitter and Facebook, I was called a skank and a liar and people encouraged me to kill myself. Twice, I did try to take
Cassidy Lynn Campbell is a transgender teen who documented her journey transitioning in videos on her YouTube channel. She
It's not enough to care for your own children. We need to care about everyone's kids. We need to work harder at the project of treating each other with decency and respect, and raising the next generation to do the same.
CORRECTION: A previous version of this article incorrectly referred to one of the speakers as "Melinda Fletcher." Her name
They dragged her, crying, out to the car, and dropped her off in the snow. They left her there. She could have died. But she didn't. You might think I'm talking about Daisy Coleman. But I'm not. I'm talking about me.
The Missouri teen at the center of the controversial "Nightmare In Maryville" rape case has revealed new details about the party she wishes never happened, the torment she suffered in her small town and the personal struggle that followed