#LetHerSpeak Janelle O’Connor’s sexual assault. WARNING – VIOLENT CONTENT - #159
Janelle O’Connor was the first person in the State of Tasmania to exercise her right to be named as a rape survivor, on the 24th of April 2020. Up until then it was illegal for rape survivors to self-identify.
Janelle and Nina Funnel, the founder of the #LetHerSpeak campaign join us to explain the legal changes, and Janelle tells us her story.
WARNING – This is an extremely disturbing story, please exercise discretion.
Show notes for Episode 159:
Your hosts are Meshel Laurie and Emily Webb
With thanks to Janelle O’Connor and Nina Funnell
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