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“Don’t go around saying the world owes you a living. The world owes you nothing. It was here first.”- Mark Twain

How, in your opinion, should the topic of sexual assault (In general) be handled in fiction, no matter the medium? 

16 deviants said Keep it classy. When using it in a story, keep the focus less on the act and more on the aftermath. Avoid showing the act if at all possible.
9 deviants said All the detail, all the emotional torment, in order to make a heavy impact and make the gravity of the situation ingrained in the reader.
7 deviants said We've got enough rape and sexual assault in the real world. We don't need it in our stories.
4 deviants said Other. (Comments!)
1 deviant said Rape scenes should be heard, not seen. Keep it entirely past-tense and don't bring it up often since victims of it don't tend to talk about it after the fact.
No deviants said If it is involved, don't focus on the aftermath. It's only needed to shock the audience and demonstrate the character is vulnerable.


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It's pretty crude, but I have found nothing more fitting regarding the core of the debate.
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  • Reading: Avatar; The Last Airbender: The Search
  • Watching: Liana Kerzer
  • Playing: Armello (Find it on Steam)
  • Eating: Eggs
  • Drinking: Green tea ginger ale



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Thank you for the fav on Voltage!
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i love your quote of the month!!!!! excellent and thank-you for the fave!
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Thankk you so much for the fav it really means a lot that you "favorited" my "Inside the cove" piece!! 
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