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The porn star tells the court she's afraid her ex-boyfriend will kill her if he gets out of prison.
By: Lily Norton, Belmont University ‘18 Ah, pornography. This giant among media industries continues to provide global guilty
Now is a powerful moment of mainstream media attention to sexual assault of victims that often get ignored -- because they're sex workers, because they're promiscuous, because they drank, because they are black, because they are poor, or because they have criminal convictions.
Warning: The video and report below contain graphic allegations of domestic abuse.
Porn star Christy Mack, who was beaten last month in an assault allegedly carried out by her ex-boyfriend War Machine, shared
Click here to read the full report. War Machine —- who legally changed his name from Jonathan Koppenhaver in 2008 —- is accused
The suspect, a former resident of Simi Valley, was arrested without incident, according to Simi Valley police. "I have no
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The possibility of being imperfect -- of making mistakes -- without dire consequences is in some respects the very definition of privilege. For only some groups need to fear that they may trip the wire of state-sanctioned violence at any moment.
Mack said she appreciated all of the support she's received and said " I am healing fast and well, and I appreciate all of
The MMA fighter, who, according to the New York Daily News, was still on the run Monday, apparently tweeted the following
That alternative medicine is a consumer movement is well known. Less known or appreciated is how a powerful group of consumers shaped the movement to implant these alternatives into conventional treatment.
Without saying the "p" word -- psychology -- the Veterans Health Administration has turned to integrative health approaches to address health challenges that run the gamut from post-traumatic stress disorder and physical disabilities to divorce, brain injury and suicide.
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