A 17 year old girl from Louisville, Kentucky who named her attackers on Twitter after they distributed pictures of themselves assaulting her when passed out, now faces jail herself for violating the confidentiality order passed by the judge prior to sentencing. We are not naming her because we’re not contributing to hers or her parents’…
This is a really detailed, long-term study and shows us something I think many of us suspect. That kids who develop depression are more likely to go on to struggle as adults in many different ways.
Also, that the kids who developed symptoms and got treatment, showed fewer issues than kids with symptoms who were unable to get treatment, but not as few as kids who didn’t have symptoms to start with.
Whilst ESPN’s role in the Syracuse case is less than stellar, the follow-up piece is good enough not to let them fall off the tweet log. This is the article covering stories by some male survivors at a treatment centre near to Syracuse University, New York. ESPN has portalised much of its content on the…
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