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1. Je ziet een man en een vrouw. Uit de mond van de man komt een vuist. Hiermee raakt hij de vrouw in haar gezicht. Ik denk dat het verbaal geweld moet voorstellen. De fotograaf wilt hiermee laten zien dat verbaal geweld net zoveel pijn kan doen. 2. De gezichtsuitdrukkingen versterken het beeld. De man kijkt erg boos en aan de vrouw zie je direct dat ze veel pijn heeft.

October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. When most people hear the words domestic violence they automatically assume it involves some type of physical abuse. But domestic violence may.

this pic falls on this board b/c the original pic is almost defiled by this attempt at modifying it.

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Nguyen Ngoc Loan, chief of the National Police, fires his pistol into the head of suspected Viet Cong officer Nguyen Van Lem on a Saigon street on February early in the Tet Offensive.

Photo Project Aims To Illustrate The Pain Inflicted By Abusive Language

Photo Project Aims To Illustrate The Pain Inflicted By Abusive Language

*trigger warning* What if verbal abuse left the same scars as physical abuse? Would it be taken more seriously? That’s what photographer Richard Johnson hopes to accomplish with his new photo project, “Weapon of Choice.

The more I try to figure it out, the more this pic messes with my brain!!!!

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" Porc" OU " Les insultes laissent des cicatrices. " / Que ta parole soit propre. / Photo by Richard Johnson.

Un photographe transforme les insultes en cicatrices…

Powerful Images Show A World Where Verbal Abuse Leaves Physical Scars (GRAPHIC) - "Weapons of Choice" by Richard Johnson.

I designed a human rights poster defining Domestic Violence in the society. I transformed a healthy woman into a woman who seemed to be assaulted by a man. I studied a lot of photos of assaulted woman to get the results I had on this woman. Designed by Connie Y. Chan (Boston, MA, USA -  http://www.behance.net/gallery/Human-Rights-Poster/2694897

I designed a human rights poster defining Domestic Violence in the society. I transformed a healthy woman into a woman who seemed to be assaulted by a man.

Violence against women is an act of abuse of women in a variety of ways, not just purely physical.

This pin was chosen because it deals with violence. The mans finger is telling her to be quiet about the abuse. A lot of women do not report their abuse. This pin relates to week 12 reading "Resisting Violence Against Women.

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I like this because it shows how harmful smoking is to your lungs. The poster is essentially saying smoking will burn your lungs away.

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The Outdoor Advert titled RADIAL TURTLE was done by Goodby Silverstein & Partners San Francisco advertising agency for product: Coastal Clean-up Day (brand: California Coastal Commission) in United States.

this picture should have more then the amounts of notes it has, this shows us that not ever thing is “picture perfect” and that behind that smile and those eyes there is fear . So i beg you to please reblog this instead of a pair of shoes, someone smoking a blunt, and clothes … because this picture is literally worth 1,000 words

Speak out against domestic violence. Help someone to safety by giving them this This picture sends chills down my spine.

According to the project crew, the younger children who took part said the word they identified as the worst word, the word they were shy to say aloud – the word they only dared to whisper – was “stupid.” | Photo Project Aims To Illustrate The Pain Inflicted By Abusive Language

Photo Project Aims To Illustrate The Pain Inflicted By Abusive Language

Powerful Images Show A World Where Verbal Abuse Leaves Physical Scars (GRAPHIC) - "Weapons of Choice" by Richard Johnson.

This is a standard statement made by abusive people

Eight states where insurance companies can deny coverage to victims of domestic violence. Insurance companies currently treat physical abuse as a "pre-existing condition", saying that it's something that's likely to reoccur.

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Quick hit for Friday. I saw this outdoor ad for Kit Kat and wanted to share it. The ad is a park bench disguised as a giant Kit Kat bar, with the line "Have a break. Have a Kit Kat." It is a great idea and I like the execution of the ad, as the…

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