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The March Against Revenge Porn is a social movement, media campaign, and SERIES OF PROTEST MARCHES.
On April 1, 2017, we marched across the Brooklyn Bridge to start the movement to end revenge porn worldwide.
M.A.R.P. WORKS TO CHANGE THE NARRATIVE AROUND CYBER SEX CRIMES THROUGH MEDIA ADVOCACY, VICTIM AIDE, PROVIDING PUBLIC POLICY CHANGES, AND NATIONWIDE PROTEST MARCHES.
TO HOLD A MARCH IN YOUR CITY OR UNIVERSITY CAMPUS: CONTACT: HELLO@MARCHAGAINSTREVENGEPORN.ORG
ARE YOU A VICTIM OF revenge pornography?
Have private images or videos of you been posted online? We can help.
Resources for removal services, revenge porn legislation, legal resources, etc.
Crisis Helpline: 24 HOURS: (844)-878-CCRI
Leading law firm in online attacks and revenge porn.
Mobile application helping revenge porn victims locate and remove their photos online
A nonprofit organization empowering victims of revenge porn and other cyber crimes
BADASS (Battling Against Demeaning and Abusive Selfie Sharing) is an organization founded by victims of image based abuse for the purpose of empowering victims by actively fighting back against those who post non-consensual photos, as well as the platforms that host the images. BADASS provides victims with legal, tech, and emotional support- as well as provide a judgement free safe place for them to heal amongst other victims.
Help us raise money to start the March Against Revenge Porn: Legal Defense Fund.
Consider purchasing one of our all-gender t-shirts!
For general information, collaborations, & partnership inquiries:
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To organize a march or have Leah speak at your event:
Official #MarchAgainstRevengePorn poster:
Official March Against Revenge Porn Poster: Artwork by Joon Park
Leah Juliett and other revenge pornography advocates are interviewed by BBC.
Founder Leah Juliett discusses revenge porn resources on MTV News.