1 in 3 women have or will be a victim of domestic violence in her lifetime. That’s a staggering statistic. Ophelia Metz is one of those women. When she opts to leave her cycle of violence, with her two children, she finds she has no place else to go, but into shelter. Sydell Thomas, a shelter worker, becomes Ophelia’s Advocate upon her arrival. Slowly, it is revealed that Sydell’s life is not unlike the lives of the women who come into shelter — it's closer than she thinks.

developed by: Mario Concina

  • 05/12/2017
    "One reason rape continues is that communities not only don't hold perpetrators responsible, but close ranks to defend or even celebrate them. By stepping in and holding people accountable, Anonymous stands a very good chance of taking action that actually does something to stop rape."read more »

  • 04/12/2017
    "The persistent myth that false accusations are common makes it incredibly difficult for victims to get justice—the overwhelming threat of being accused of making it all up to cover up for one's slutty ways is enough to make women simply not report."read more »

  • 03/12/2017
    “This is not a story of another drunk college hookup with poor decision making, assault is not an accident.”read more »

  • 17/11/2017
    This is amazing!read more »

  • 16/11/2017
    "It's not enough to enact tougher internal policies on sexual harassment or to fire Weinstein and Spacey from their high-powered Hollywood jobs. Hollywood studios must also face their role in normalizing, and thus enabling, sexual harassment on screen. This Bechdel-style test for rape culture is just one place they should start."read more »

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developed by: Mario Concina