Instagram should be a place where women can post selfies after sexual assault (The Independent)

This article contains discussion of rape.

When did you last scroll through Instagram and roll your eyes at a picture of a takeaway coffee cup or a particularly well-constructed stack of pancakes?

They are the mundane images that make Instagram famous, remarkable only in their banality. If it’s a platform for documenting our everyday lives, predictable as they may be, it’s one on which anti-rape activist Amber Amour’s posts recording her assault and its aftermath should be nothing out of the ordinary. … Read More