Going to the nfl women’s summit was truly inspiring. Meeting so many amazing and powerful women, all in one room was overwhelming in a good way. You felt the powerful energy of all the women. Meeting Serena Williams and seeing her in person was unreal. Her advice was so touching and relatable.


We’ve all heard of it, and some have unfortunately have experienced it. But what exactly is rape culture? Well this means that

  • The victim is blamed
  • sexual objectification
  • denial or trivialization of rape

Rape culture is also closely related to slut-shaming and victim blaming, where rape victims are considered at fault for being raped, and it is argued that this connection is due to the presence of a culture that shames all female sexuality.[29] That some rapes are not reported to the police due to fear that they would not be believed is often cited as a symptom of a rape culture,[29][36] that they thought the police would not believe them is cited as a reason by 6% of women who did not report rape.[37]

Slut shaming is a variant on victim blaming, to do with the shaming of sexual behavior. It describes the way people are made to feel guilty or inferior for certain sexual behaviors or desires that deviate from traditional or orthodox gender expectations.The SlutWalk movement aims to challenge victim blaming, slut shaming and rape culture

Many times we blame the victim and ask “Well what was she wearing?” THIS SHOULD NOT MATTER FUTHERMORE