An archaic law, that exists only in Tasmania and the Northern Territory, prevents victims of sexual assault from speaking publicly – ever. For survivors who want to tell their stories it’s deeply frustrating, especially since there’s no law preventing their perpetrators from speaking publicly. Thanks to a court exemption, Grace Tame is now able to reveal her identity and speak openly for the first time.
Read more here: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-08-12/grace-tame-speaks-about-abuse-from-schoolteacher/11393044
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