Sports broadcaster Charlie Webster is best known for her work with the likes of Sky Sports, but is also heavily involved in charity work and raising awareness of abuse against women.
An ambassador for the charity Women’s Aid [link], Charlie has spoken openly and honestly about being a victim, or as she explains, ‘survivor’, of sexual abuse.
Here’s the second part of Charlie’s blog, where she shares some of the stories of domestic and sexual abuse she has heard and gives her views as a survivor of abuse herself.
It is a basic human right for all of us not to be violated, not to be detained, scared, or abused, and for our bodies to be our own. Sadly, we still live in a society where this basic human right doesn’t exist for many.
The number of people I have met, stories I have listened to, of hellish violence, rape and manipulation on our very own doorsteps – and lives lost.
- A woman went to get her and her children’s belongings from the family home after eventually leaving her husband due to...
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