Brock Turner has been placed in protective custody to keep him safe from other inmates. Ironic considering he raped a young woman behind a dumpster.   If only his victim had the same protection he does. It's interesting that a judge wouldn't want to put a rapist in an environment that simulates how women feel all the time.   http://weheartit.com/entry/244299250

TheBahamianPrincess♚ This stuff is essential to feminism <<Unbelievable. He rapes a girl behind a dumpster and he gets LESS jail time because of his SWIMMING career and now THIS! With justice like this, who needs INJUSTICE?

Fixed it :) Brock Turner, Stanford rape case

Fixed it :) Brock Turner, Stanford rape case. Stop apologizing for convicted rapists.

Here's a Mugshot From the Night of Brock Turner's Actual Arrest. Honestly, times like this have me think the world is more horrible than good.

Here's a Mugshot From the Night of Brock Turner's Actual Arrest

Rape Culture = "Women have pasts therefore can not be victims" Rape Culture = "Men have futures therefore can not be blamed"

Two College Athletes. Each were caught and found guilty of raping an unconscious woman which calls for a minumum 15 year sentence. Brock Turner received 6 months in local jail and will probably get out in 3 months while Cory Batey must serve the minimum 15 years in prison. And the rhetorical question is; Why didn't these men receive the same sentence? What could possibly be the difference between them...? http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/king-brock-turner-cory-batey-show-race-affects

KING: Brock Turner, Cory Batey show how race affects sentencing

This is not justice they should both get a sentence for life wth why should the white guy get less omfg I get so fucking pissed off from this How fucking fair is this towards the person who got raped one of her rapers will be free in months

Los Angeles based street artist Plastic Jesus is not afraid to make bold statements. He's created a new piece of work inspired by a topic currently in the headlines following the recent release of Brock Turner - sexual assault.

Street Artist Responds To Brock Turner’s Release

Random Electrical Box Piece by Famous StreetArtist Plastic Jesus

TO BROCK TURNER'S VICTIM: WE ARE WITH YOU Stanford University in California, where Brock Turner was a freshman when he sexually assaulted a 23-year-old woman.

To Brock Turner's victim: know this – we are with you

Stanford swimmer Brock Turner, was sentenced to six month in county jail for the assault, which took place on campus.

In a statement read by Brock Turner to the judge during his trial, Turner faults “party culture,” “peer pressure,” and “drinking” for his convicted sexual assault of an unconscious woman. | Stanford Sexual Assailant Blames "Party Culture" For His Behavior In Letter To Judge - BuzzFeed News

Stanford Sexual Assailant Blames "Party Culture" For His Behavior In Letter To Judge

Days after he was sentenced to six month's jail time for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman, The Guardian released Brock Turner's defense letter to Judge Aaron Persky. In the statement, the former Stanford athlete shirked responsibility for his

Brock Turner is a rapist. Don't raise rapists, talk to your children about consent.

Rapist Brock Turner who got away with raping a girl because of victim blaming and the fact that he is a cisgender white guy who is good at sports and raping women. Brock Turner is a rapist and he always will be.

To Brock Turner's victim: know this – we are with you | Jessica Valenti | Opinion | The Guardian

To Brock Turner's victim: know this – we are with you

To Brock Turner's victim: know this – we are with you | Jessica Valenti | Opinion | The Guardian

[TW rape] The intensely powerful letter read to Brock Allen Turner by the woman who was unconscious when he sexually assaulted her. He's no longer a swimmer at Stanford. But he's not gonna spend much time in gaol either.  #IBelieveHer #HeForShe

Here's The Powerful Letter The Stanford Victim Read To Her Attacker

Here is the POWERFUL LETTER the Stanford Victim Read Aloud to her Attacker -- A former Stanford swimmer who sexually assaulted an unconscious women was sentenced to six months in jail because a longer sentence would have "a severe impact on him,"

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