Posted February 24, 2018 05:01:58In a recent viral meme that shows a pregnant white woman raped by two men while being held up in the street, it is hard to ignore the fact that the memes message is quite relevant to the women who were raped.
But that doesn’t mean that we should let these images go unchallenged.
They are, after all, images of women who are being raped.
A recent survey published in the journal JAMA Pediatrics found that women who have experienced rape have a higher rate of depression and anxiety than women who haven’t.
So if you want to have a rape meme go viral, the next step is to get them to reflect on the real victims of rape.
“The first step is really to get the images to reflect the real life victims,” said researcher Michelle McGovern, who led the study.
“Then you need to address the stigma that we’re trying to break.”
It’s important to remember that the images are meant to be funny, and that the message is that women can be raped.
But the message needs to be taken seriously.
“It’s not really funny when it comes to rape, but the joke is that they can be,” McGovern said.
“I think if you look at the images in context of the images, it’s actually very, very serious.”
In the study, McGovern and her colleagues looked at images of images of four different women who had been raped and asked the researchers to consider how rape jokes and memes might have changed the women’s lives.
The first image they looked at was a picture of a pregnant women sitting on a subway platform in New York City.
In the picture, the woman is covered head to toe in bandages.
McGovern says that this image is so offensive that it is often used as a joke when discussing rape and pregnancy.
“That image is really, really upsetting to a lot of people,” she said.
The second image was of a young woman sitting in a car seat in the United Kingdom.
It showed a pregnant black woman being raped by a man in the back seat.
McLean said the image was used to joke about the fact the woman was pregnant.
The third image was a photo of a group of men sitting at a bar in Brazil.
The man in this picture is wearing a mask, with the woman covered up with bandages, and is holding a knife.
“The idea is that the woman will be raped, and it will be her own fault,” McLean explained.
The fourth image is a picture taken in the Philippines.
This image shows a woman being sexually assaulted and her attacker being in the background.
“This image has been used as an excuse to say, ‘There are plenty of ways to get raped in the world,'” McLean continued.
The researchers then looked at the next image, which was a photograph of a man being raped on a bus.
In this picture, McLean says that the man is covered up in bandage, with a knife to the woman’s throat.
McGive said that the image is still offensive, and the man in it is being raped while in the foreground.
The study found that the rape memes and the rape jokes are “often used to justify rape as the result of an accident or because of a bad night out,” McGive explained.
“And if you think about it, we have to be realistic,” she added.
“And when we’re talking about rape, it shouldn’t be taken lightly.
If you’re going to use the word ‘rape,’ it’s not funny.
It’s a very serious and serious issue.”
The study, which looked at memes, rape jokes, and rape memes, found that these images are used by women to make themselves feel better about their experience of rape, and are a source of hope for those who are victims.
“You see a lot [of rape jokes] coming out of the mouths of young people, which is unfortunate,” McGreevy said.
But McGive cautioned that these memes are not going to stop people from making rape jokes.
“There are still a lot people who are not aware of the seriousness of rape,” she explained.
“So they will make jokes about rape and rape jokes.”
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