LBR is a movement by young people for young people about relationships.
Abby is a rape survivor/thriver sexual assault advocate.
Her work includes fighting for a bill to expand the use of trauma-informed techniques in responding to sexual assault. Read More Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault advocates collectively raised our fists together in solidarity with the #Times Up movement makers at the 2018 Golden Globes.
Many young people perceive a partner's controlling behavior as love or affection, when it is often the first sign of an abusive relationship.
My story started in seventh grade when I met Jared*...
Read More Since the mass shooting in Parkland, Florida last month, students have been at the forefront of the debate over gun control in the U. Earlier this month, less than three weeks after the Parkland mass shooting, the first gun control law since the Parkland...
Read More Dating abuse starts even younger than you think, and in teen relationships can be a common occurrence.Being in an abusive relationship can cause one to feel like they have lost their sense of self.When I was in unhealthy relationships, I would often disown the parts of me that my partner didn’t like.Read More Among the many obstacles you may face in relationships, determining when your partner crosses the line can be a tricky one.This line may be one that you've talked about, or one that you haven't opened up about yet.LBR is a movement by young people for young people about relationships. You’ve read and seen the endless stories on your timelines. Others may start daydreaming about somebody you find attractive or possibly recoil at the thought of intimacy. Read More With September in full swing, it’s time to trade our beach reads for textbooks, pack our bags, and prepare for the start of a new semester at college.