‘Not All Men’, Male On Male Crime and Victim Blaming are there as always in the case of missing Sarah Everard.

‘Not All Men’, Male On Male Crime and Victim Blaming are there as always in the case of missing Sarah Everard.

But there are changes that can be made to eradicate these conversation derailers and work to prevent this continuing to happen to women.

Books like this are just one we can start tackling the root cause of problems that build a society where women fear to walk home alone.

As human remains are found in the search for Sarah Everard, who went missing on the 3rd of March and a male Met Police Officer has been arrested, the same topics of ‘not all men’, male on male crime and victim blaming come careering to the forefront to try and derail conversations. But there are things we can start to do to change the narritive and improve society.

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