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Why Believing Dylan Farrow Matters

Tani Ikeda

Every public sexual assault case I have witnessed has gone after the victim with a vengeance as if to say, “How dare you challenge us? We will make sure you are so terrified you will never speak again.” This is the message survivors hear when the onslaught of public doubt and victim-blaming starts in the media. This is why believing and supporting Dylan Farrow matters. If one of the most dangerous parts of rape is telling the truth, let's change rape culture by listening.

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  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    Beautiful photo and thanks so much for posting. I really hate how this conversation became about the drama of Woody Allen and Mia Farrow's relationship vs. the conversation about abuse. I felt conflicted bec with the examples given about how Mia seemed to be manipulative- I wasn't sure about this whole thing- but ultimately, it all makes sense given Allen's history with exceptionally younger women. How do you recommend we get involved? Is this a photo series you're doing?