I am starting a regular Monday morning series here on FHO called Since Last We Spoke. Monday mornings are traditionally a slow time on this site, so I am going to be linking to some of the relevant stuff I have read over the weekend that you may have missed. With the #Sandusky trial starting today, the list is a bit heavy on that coverage, but there was a lot of interesting stuff online over the past several days, particularly related to sexual violence.
Who will get PTSD? (Boston Globe)
No Longer Politely Angry: Relieving Women from the Silence of Sexualized Violence (Our Stories Untold)
How Morning-After Pills Really Work (NY Times)
Trying to read the tea leaves in priests’ trial (Philadelphia Inquirer)
Kids start self-harm early (The Checkup, Washington Post)
Why Women Rock Healthcare (TEDMED Blog)
Targeting ‘Slutty’ Students (The Nation)
10 Things I Want My Daughter To Know Before She Turns 10 (Huffington Post)
Top 5 Tips for Media Covering Sandusky Trial (PR Newswire)
Jerry Sandusky trial: Why we won’t identify alleged sex-crime victims (The Patriot-News)
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