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Taking precautions to prevent mercy killings towards disabled and “unwanted” children by re-educating adults about their core morals, such as how killing other human beings is wrong, and about biases due to discrimination, specifically towards marginalized groups.
Larger and better spaces for abuse survivors are needed due to the nature of abuse shelters being overpacked and often abusive themselves.
Loving oneself as an abuse survivor and getting rid of the toxic mindset implanted by abusers in one’s mind that they aren’t as worth as everybody else.
Abuse towards the queer community, and large number of youths abandoned by their families due to being queer. As a response we build communities of our own and create “found families” and regain support systems by those who are accepting of us and of the same communities.
How to ensure that abuse survivors stay survivors and not victims once more.
Various ways to deflect self harm and ensure that one’s coping strategies will not result in hurting them during the healing process.
Human trafficking and specific treatments for survivors to recover once escaped and how to survive in such situations when unable to escape.
Stopping police brutality towards marginalized communities by listening, researching, and actively moving alongside leaders of said marginalized communities in order to obtain justice for all those who have fallen and will fall due to police brutality.
Abuse in the medical community, in particular to marginalized communities, due to power dynamics, the closed door policy, and society’s high praise towards doctors and medical professionals as a whole.
“Maids” vs “Dolls” in parental abuse situations and how to ensure well being and overall quality of life outside of abuse.