Here is an App to gift to someone you love.ISCE’s new app gives Voice to those who have been violated. It is an App that you can give to someone you love as a proactive measure for surviving if they are ever violated.
I’ve Been Violated uses the intelligence of the human system in service to those who have suffered violation. It creates archival records of traumatic experience practically on the scene.
How did I learn of this??? Through ISCE’s announcement today:
The recent Stanford rape case, in which Brock Turner (a star swimmer who sexually assaulted an unconscious woman and yet will serve a jail term of only three months) highlights the sad reality that “rape culture” remains ingrained in the American psyche. In this culture, the victim has no voice. But, technology gives us the chance to transform this unconscionable state of affairs by empowering victims with a new voice.
A new app for victims — the I’ve-Been-Violated™ App — is ISCE.edu’s tool to help victims ensure their side of the story gets accurately told It is the only App to give them a voice and a way to be heard.
Please see https://youtu.be/MLHImxvCHHY to learn more.
Thanks to Michael Lissack for modeling the Master Code – Taking Care of Self/Others/Place/Planet – and allowing others to live it!