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- Gaslighting is a common form of victim-blaming.
- Victim-blaming is a sort of inverse of abuse-mirroring, in which the abuser claims victimhood.
- 2015/06/22 [L..T] Gaslighting Is a Common Victim-Blaming Abuse Tactic – Here Are 4 Ways to Recognize It in Your Life “If something happened that upset me, hurt me, or angered me, my reaction was often met with some variation of "That didn't happen! I never said that! You're overreacting!"”
- 2014/06/09 [L..T] George Will: Being a victim of sexual assault is a "coveted status that confers privileges" "Washington Post columnist George Will doesn't believe the statistic that one in five women is sexually assaulted while in college. Instead he believes that liberals, feminists and other nefarious forces have conspired to turn being a rape survivor into a "coveted status that confers privileges." As a result of this plot, "victims proliferate," Will wrote in a weekend editorial that ran in the Washington Post and New York Post."
- 2010/05/14 [L..T] Jaywalkers take deadly risks Jaywalkers have migrated to the suburbs. They venture across four- to eight-lane roads, often not using crosswalks, pausing on the raised medians or the middle “suicide lanes” to look for a break in traffic as cars whiz by. Sometimes the crossings end tragically, as it did last month for a young mother who watched her 4-year-old son killed in the road."
- 2010/01/29 [L..T] Victim Blaming and Transgender Rape Victims "Last year, we dredged the ugliest depths of victim-blaming when a middle-school girl was gang-raped outside her homecoming dance, and a bunch of assholes got on the Internet to shame her for drinking alcohol. Thought that was bad? Consider what happens when a rape accusation is coming from a trans woman."