Tag Archives: shaming

On honoring legacies over creating safe space for victims

At the start of this week, I reflected upon the suicide of Jeremiah Gorman and the investigation into what was then broadly classified as child porn possession. In particular, I discussed a friend I had lost to somewhat similar circumstances, and expressed how badly I felt for those in Gorman’s life who are now faced […]

On slut-shaming and The List

People want to know who is on The List for a number of reasons, the largest of which seems to be because the media has repeatedly told us that it exists and because gossip, when we are absolutely sure it does not pertain to ourselves, is fun. After all, if The List was about every […]