Best sexualviolence podcasts we could find (Updated July 2018)
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The University of Oxford is committed to addressing the issue of sexual violence and enforcing a zero tolerance approach. The University will create a series of podcasts that will look at the University and external agencies response to sexual violence and prevention.
 
Dr. Kaneeza Lafir and Dr. Timothy Muehlhoff address the painful topic of sexual violence. This collection deals with the underlying causes of this horrible action while simultaneously providing Christian counsel for individuals who have been affected by such violence.
 
Dr. Kaneeza Lafir and Dr. Timothy Muehlhoff address the painful topic of sexual violence. This collection deals with the underlying causes of this horrible action while simultaneously providing Christian counsel for individuals who have been affected by such violence.
 
Dr. Kaneeza Lafir and Dr. Timothy Muehlhoff address the painful topic of sexual violence. This collection deals with the underlying causes of this horrible action while simultaneously providing Christian counsel for individuals who have been affected by such violence.
 
Naturally Surviving is about helping survivors of sexual violence heal from the past. Marvette is a Survivor coach with over 6 years of experience of helping women report and heal from their past to improve their future.
 
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The Sexploitation podcast decodes sexual harms and provides you with active solutions. We address the full spectrum of sexual exploitation, from sex trafficking to sexual violence, to rape culture, to pornography, and more. And better yet, we give you the tools to make a difference!
 
We are a non-profit organization that works in Malawi, SE Africa and our heart is to eliminate sexual violence there.
 
From gender norms in the Middle East to microfinance in Africa to sexual violence in the United States, women across the globe are fighting for their rights. What can governments, corporations, and private citizens do to increase equality, safety, and opportunity?
 
More to the Story is a show that uncovers the true stories behind sexual violence, sexual abuse and rape. We'll examine some of the worst that our society can offer and discuss how it affects every one of us. We'll also meet the survivors and the people who fight against it and shine light on the hope and healing they create. More to the Story is presented by A Voice for the Innocent, which is a nonprofit community of support for victims of rape and sexual abuse. You are not alone.
 
From gender norms in the Middle East to microfinance in Africa to sexual violence in the United States, women across the globe are fighting for their rights. What can governments, corporations, and private citizens do to increase equality, safety, and opportunity?
 
"Unlimited U - The Podcast for Power Women" will talk about hard obstacles in life, how to overcome them and what we can learn from this. Besides some solo episodes about me and stories of my life, I will also invite guests to speak on my show. I will feature fascinating stories from Women who managed to overcome some very harsh obstacles in life - and turned into Bad-Ass Power Women. The main topics will be mental abuse, sexual violence, bullying at work, body image issues & chronic disease ...
 
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Episode 16: Sexual Violence in the LGBTQ+ Community We know that sexual violence is an issue that affects every kind of person from all walks of life. This month, we wanted to shine some light specifically on how this issue affects the LGBTQ+ people, and how this community is affected at a higher rate in almost every statistic. We are joined by ...…
 
Episode 15: What can we do about child abuse? When we talk about sexual violence as an issue, it is often discussed through the lens of sexual assault of young adults or college students. These conversations are important and we need to have them. But another piece of this discussion is about childhood sexual abuse, and it’s sometimes harder to ...…
 
Episode 14: A conversation with Pat Thetic of Anti-Flag In this episode, Jamie sits down with Pat Thetic of Anti-Flag to discuss social and political activism in the punk rock scene. You can see Anti-Flag on the upcoming Silence=Violence tour. Make sure to visit the A Voice for the Innocent table and grab resources for sexual violence in your a ...…
 
Party. Drugs. Alcohol. Fun. No matter what, as long it's fun, has as less responsibility as possibility and it has nothing to do with hard work. This was Alicia's life just a few years back. When her husband returned from Afghanistan and the wish to become pregnant just didn't become true, the two decided to move to Hawaii and just - chill. And ...…
 
Storytelling. Often, this is the only way for many of us who are unheard, unseen or misunderstood to be given a voice. A voice that reaches the rest of the world, that does not live through the often tragic stories that are hidden behind the silence. Maggie is a filmmaker, storyteller and social change strategist. She helps to bring stories ali ...…
 
Episode 13: A conversation with Garrett Russell of Silent Planet In this episode, Jamie sits down with Garrett Russell of Silent Planet while on Vans Warped Tour to discuss why Silent Planet takes on topics such as sexual violence, suicide and more. Disclaimer: More to the Story involves discussions surrounding sexual violence, sexual assault, ...…
 
Pain. Some of us can take a lot of it. Some of us can't take any. But then there are a few of us that share a story of endless, extreme pain that was once or still is part of their life. Maraliz Campos is one of them. Her journey led her not only through an immense amount of extreme physical pain, but forced her to find her own way out as it se ...…
 
Name: Shamika (Mika) N. Karikari Program: Student Affairs in Higher Education Ph.D. program at Miami University Year In Program: 3rd year Where Can We Find You: @MikaKarikari (Twitter), http://mika-nicole.blogspot.com/ Words To Live By: "When I dare to be powerful, to exercise my strength in the service of my visions then it becomes less and le ...…
 
Imagine a day at school, having fun with your friends and everything is great. Until you get home. At home, where you want to feel safe and loved, you are told that you are not skinny enough. In fact you are told you are too fat. You hear the F-Word. Your world becomes confusing, as if you had a ride in a washing machine are you stumbling throu ...…
 
Name: Dr. Jillian A. Martin Program: Ph.D. College Student Affairs Administration Words of Wisdom: Read other writers to learn how to write and to help you find your own voice. Be true to yourself during the process. Create your own process. Write every day. Get a writing partner. Make yourself a Ph.D. playlist Resources: Websites: 750words.com ...…
 
"... and that's when I realized I have been trained to serve." Sandra* from England has been adopted very early after she was born. She grew up in England, went to school and lived a very introverted life. Her parents asked her to do a couple of jobs in the household in a very early stage of her childhood - but later it became more duties that ...…
 
Name: Nicole Program: Ph.D. Higher Education Year in Program: 1st year *information has been changed to protect the identity of this week's guest
 
When we find a partner that matches our weaknesses with their strengths, supports us whenever we feel in need for help, wants only our best and is not only our lover but also our best friend, we hit a jackpot. Falling in love is a beautiful thing. Unless we end up in an abusive relationship. It very often starts out what seems to be a wonderful ...…
 
Name: Lauren Harper Program: Ph.D. Counseling Psychology Year In Program: 3rd Where can people find you (website, social media, etc.): Facebook is your best bet! You can find me under Lauren Simone Harper Words of advice/helpful information: I hope you either hear yourself or hear what you need and that this launches you closer to who you're de ...…
 
Salena had to move out of home by the age of 14 and was forced to move interstate to live with her grandparents which was very difficult for them to get along with. So after an 8-months of trial it was clear that she had to leave them as well. She then went through a tough time of moving, being left and sent away from people she loved, having t ...…
 
- A Liberating Interview with Michaela Alexis Agoraphobia. An "anxiety disorder in which you fear and avoid places or situations that might cause you to panic and make you feel trapped, helpless or embarrassed. You fear an actual or anticipated situation, such as using public transportation, being in open or enclosed spaces, standing in line, o ...…
 
Recently mentioned in Inc.com by Neil Patel, Amanda's Podcast for Female Entrepreneurs was just rated one of the "Top 13 Entrepreneur Podcasts you should be listening to right now". Neil says: "The number of female entrepreneurs is growing every year, which is fantastic. Today, 18% of startups have at least one female founder. This podcast brin ...…
 
What if you found out that your life may be over by the end of your 30th birthday? Denise was born with a chronic illness called Cystic Fibrosis and has been told very early in her life that she might not live longer than 30years. Knowing this can be a huge burden and a mental block - or you can live your life just like Denise in freedom and to ...…
 
First, figure out: Topic: What is the general thing you want to talk about? Problem: What issue will you research address? Purpose: What will be the point of your research project and how does it connect to the problem? Once you know those two things, then you can write your main research question. Some other things that you can do to figure ou ...…
 
Sometimes Life hits you even more unexpected than you think. In this case it means becoming pregnant while traveling. But what to do in this critical situation? In this week's Episode we talk about Abortion while Traveling with Alice Teacake. Her amazing and super brave article made a big wave on the internet for her straight out honesty and th ...…
 
Name: TJ Program: College Student Affairs Administration at UGA Year In Program: 2nd Where can people find you (website, social media, etc.): I am TerahJay on any and all social media where I want to be found haha! (Twitter, IG) and theterahjay.com Words of advice/helpful information: It's never too late or, in my case, too early to be whoever ...…
 
Episode 12: A conversation with To Write Love on Her Arms In this episode, Jamie sits down with Elizabeth and Harry of To Write Love on Her Arms while on Vans Warped Tour to discuss TWLOHA’s origins, how they got involved with the organization and what their tour highlights are. Sorry for the wind. Disclaimer: More to the Story involves discuss ...…
 
For my very first #PowerWomenTalk Episode I have an amazing guest on my show: Tricia Brouk. Tricia is a #PowerWoman herself and works as Director/Writer/Choreographer/Tedx Organizer. Tricia is currently working on Mothers and Daughters a documentary style theater piece on the complex relationships of Mother and Daughters. In addition to working ...…
 
Life with chronic diseases is hard enough. I am not saying it isn't great but it is not easy very often. Dying of a clinical death didn't make it any easier when realising this could have been easily the end of my life. But what came next was just devastating. Rape. This Episode is the 2nd part of my Life Story and shall give you the overview o ...…
 
It's finally time! The first Episode is here and it's full of insights. I am talking about the first part of my story, which is why I am doing what I am doing today and how I got through it. As I will go deeper into this in different episodes later this is really only the "short" version of it. Dive into it and get to know me better. Me, that's ...…
 
Episode 11: A conversation with heartsupport In this episode, Jamie sits down with Jake Luhrs of heartsupport and August Burns Red while on Vans Warped Tour to discuss how heartsupport was created, faith, their proudest moments and the hidden struggles of running a nonprofit. Disclaimer: More to the Story involves discussions surrounding sexual ...…
 
Dr. Sharon Cooper is a developmental and forensic pediatrician who evaluates and treats children who have been victims of all forms of abuse, though her primary area of expertise is that of sexual exploitation. At an event held by the National Center on Sexual Exploitation in the U.S. Capitol, Dr. Cooper shared 3 ways adult pornography is harmi ...…
 
Episode 10: Roadblocks to reporting In this episode, we talk about the roadblocks that those affected by sexual violence and abuse face when they consider coming forward about what happened to them. Disclaimer: More to the Story involves discussions surrounding sexual violence, sexual assault, and sexual abuse. Some listeners may find the conte ...…
 
Whether you are a college student, know a college student, or just care about fighting sexual exploitation in ANY environment, this episode is filled with practical action steps to get you started. College students should be safe from sexual assault, and the factors that contribute to campus sexual assault must be recognized. Campus sexual assa ...…
 
Special guest Josh McDowell, an author, apologist, and founder of Josh McDowell Ministry, joins this podcast episode to address the current climate in the church regarding pornography. He provides advice for individuals, pastors, and churches about recovery from pornography. He weighs in on the debate about if church leaders should be fired whe ...…
 
Episode 9: What do you do when someone you know is accused of sexual assault? In this episode, we are joined by our friends Shawna (War On Women) and Amber and to discuss how to take action when someone you know has been accused of sexual assault. You can support War on Women by going to this link and donating: https://www.gofundme.com/safersce ...…
 
Evidence supports the fact that child sexual abuse, prostitution, pornography, sex trafficking, sexual violence, etc., are not isolated phenomena occurring in a vacuum. Rather, these and other forms of sexual abuse and exploitation overlap and reinforce one another. Accordingly, the National Center on Sexual Exploitation has developed The Freed ...…
 
Child sexual abuse is perhaps one of the most heinous crimes imaginable. As a result, people often avoid thinking or talking about it. But pushing such a serious problem under the rug might be doing more harm than good. Research conducted by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) estimates that approximately 1 in 6 boys and 1 in 4 girls are sexu ...…
 
Special guest Dr. John Foubert addresses an innovative program on college campuses. Dr. John Foubert is the national president of One in Four, professor at Oklahoma State University author of several books including most recently How Pornography Harms. One In Four is a national nonprofit dedicated to sexual assault prevention, focusing on colle ...…
 
Episode 8: The Many Faces of Sexual Assault April begins Sexual Assault Awareness Month. In that spirit, we use this time to discuss the many people who are affected by sexual violence and their vastly different experiences. Become a fundraiser for our Sexual Assault Awareness Month Campaign at give.classy.org/avfti Disclaimer: More to the Stor ...…
 
Special guest, Dr. Gail Dines analyzes the big business behind porn. Dr. Gail Dines is a professor of Sociology and Women’s Studies at Wheelock College, where she is also chair of the American Studies department. Having researched and written about the porn industry for over twenty years, Dr. Dines is internationally acclaimed as the leading ex ...…
 
We live in an age where many consumers demand transparency from companies they trust. We want to know the working conditions of those who made our clothing, and if pesticides were used to grow our food. Now, thanks to The Dirty Dozen List, we can see which well-known entities promote and profit from forms of sexual exploitation. No corporation ...…
 
Online library databases in many schools are piping pornographic and sexually explicit materials into children's lives. We were shocked when we discovered EBSCO, and other similar companies, that provide academic resources for grades K-12 are not filtering out sexually explicit content. Even innocent searches return results like links to hardco ...…
 
Episode 7: Overcome There are many celebrities who have experienced sexual assault and used their elevated status to speak out against their abusers. This episode highlights people who have overcome their trauma in order to help others. Disclaimer: More to the Story involves discussions surrounding sexual violence, sexual assault and sexual abu ...…
 
The unspoken truth is that Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit Issue is not a triumph of female athleticism, agency, or empowerment. Instead, it is a descent into sexual objectification. Research sows that when someone is being objectified the objectifier is viewing them as if they do not possess a real, individual mind and as if they are less deserv ...…
 
The London Abused Women’s Centre, Canada; Collective Shout, Australia; Culture Reframed, USA; and The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE), USA have partnered to raise awareness that Fifty Shades of Grey - and it's latest film installment Fifty Shades Darker - normalizes domestic violence. The Fifty Shades trilogy follows wealthy and ...…
 
An Alabama child advocacy group called Palmer Place recently reported an increase in child-on-child sex abuse cases, and they believe it was brought on by a growing addiction to pornography among children. How can we better understand the phenomenon of children who sexually abuse other children, and how can we intervene? One 2015 study by Dr. C ...…
 
Episode 6: Healthy Relationships You deserve a respectful, loving and honest relationship. That may seem obvious, but it’s not always easy to define when our relationships have become unhealthy. In this episode, we discuss what a healthy relationship looks like and warning signs that help us recognize unhealthy and dangerous behaviors and habit ...…
 
America is suffering from a sexual exploitation crisis. Sex trafficking, pornography addiction, sexual assault, child sexual abuse, and more, are issues significantly impacting American citizens, families, and communities. This necessitates that the full spectrum of sexual harm must be addressed by our federal government. NCOSE is located in Wa ...…
 
Episode 5: Self Care We’ve met so many people who work relentlessly to help others and never dedicate time to themselves. While noble, it is easy to end up overwhelmed and unhappy. Have you ever heard the saying that you can’t pour from an empty cup? In this episode, we discuss the meaning and importance of self care, it’s place in society and ...…
 
Earlier this year, ESPLERP (Erotic Service Providers Legal, Education and Research Project) filed suit in San Francisco District Court claiming that the state’s prostitution laws were unconstitutional. The District Court rightly rejected ESPLERP’s claims. Now ESPLERP is appealing the decision. Savanah Lawrence, NCOSE's Legal Fellow, shares abou ...…
 
Before we can begin to address “how” to talk to kids about pornography, it’s important to understand “when” that conversation becomes relevant. Many parents might assume that a few years after puberty is the time to have this talk. However, in today's digital culture, studies show that many children are being exposed to pornography before puber ...…
 
Episode 4: Continued Contact Continuing contact with your abuser. It sounds unfathomable, but for many victims of sexual abuse and sexual assault, it’s nearly impossible to avoid. Often, the perpetrator is a family member, a friend or a co-worker. This fact makes it hard to come forward about what happened and can threaten your job, your family ...…
 
Amazon’s online market is being used to facilitate sexual exploitation and predation. Not only does Amazon.com feature thousands of pornography-related items in numerous categories, but it is facilitating the sale and distribution of sexually explicit material that normalizes and encourages the objectification and exploitation of women and chil ...…
 
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