Thursday, June 27, 2013

When victim blaming takes on a new and incredibly disturbing dimension...

You all know how I feel about victim blaming, so it won't come as any surprise that I had opinions about Nigella Lawson's situation with her husband, and the comments made by a certain Melbourne radio DJ about it.

If you want to read about it, you can go to my article at [link] and weigh in on the topic!


  1. That DJ seriously needs to pull her head from her ass. Those comments were disgusting.

  2. Yuck. Time to get back to the good old days when DJ's played music and thats it.

  3. Is that the same station that shamed the nurse into suicide? If so they may just need to go off the air now. If not they should consider a suspension.

  4. That DJ needs to find another line of work.

  5. Just wanted to say "thank you" for linking up on my Bloglovin Blog Hop! Now following via Bloglovin.

    Take care,
    Happy Kids, Inc

  6. I don't even want to listen! Sick of Aussie DJs having sick opinions about what should and shouldn't be going on over here, not to mention ringing up and harrassing! Is there no celebrity scandal in Oz that they have to muck around with the folks over here?

    I hope your opinions were full of short, sharp, four-letter words. Mine are.

  7. I agree with the others that this DJ has no business in deciding who should or shouldn't be a victims right advocate. I was a victim of a crime when I was younger and have chosen not to associate with advocacy groups dealing with that crime as it is a painful reminder that keeps me from moving past it. That should be my right.