Credit: Lynn Hall
“I Told The World I Was Raped. When Women Told Me They Were Too, I Was Shocked By My Response. “
I began to hate myself for not reacting accordingly…I felt as if I had become a very bad person.
By Lynn K. Hall
Huffington Post. May 2023
“What Happens When a Rape Goes Unreported.”
When I got herpes, I said nothing. When the virus led to meningitis, I said nothing…
By Lynn K. Hall
The New Your Times. February 2017
“I Wish All the Ladies Were Holes In the Road’: The U.S. Air Force Academy and the Gendered Continuum of Violence.”
In 2003, sixty-one women cadets reported having been sexually assaulted…
By Lorraine Bayard de Volo and Lynn K. Hall.
Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society. June 2015
Others, by date
“Senator Martha McSally’s Responsibility to Survivors of Military Sexual Assault.”
Beacon Broadside. March 15, 2019
The Rumpus, as part of their collection, “Enough.” December 5, 2017
“Rediscovering My Girt at the Silverton Double Dirty 30.”
Ultrarunning Magazine. December 1, 2017
“This Veteran’s Day, Support Survivors of Sexual Violence.”
Beacon Broadside. November 10, 2017
“My Debut Year: Standing in My Truth.”
Beacon Broadside. September 7, 2017
Debutante Ball: Five Debut Authors, Five Books, One Big Dance Towards Publication.
The Debutante Ball. 52 weekly posts from August 2016 – August 2016
“We Have to Do Better For Survivors: How the Bill Cosby Mistrial Could Deter Other Rape Victims from Coming Forward.”
Beacon Broadside. June 29, 2017
“A Climb of Mt. Aconcagua Emboldened Me in the Eleventh Hour.”
Beacon Broadside. February 7, 2017
“Seeking Out the Healing Beauty of National Parks.”
Beacon Broadside. August 25, 2016
LA Times. March 28, 2016
Manifest Station. January 2016
Blanca Peak Trip Report after completing Colorado’s Fourteeners.
14ers.com. June 2012
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