With Domestic Violence Awareness Month beginning today, a look at what some men who say they are victims of abuse have posted on the anonymous sharing app Whisper. Warning: Graphic content.
Baby Hadley has clearly got protein in his formula.
Sabrina Allen was 4 years old when she went missing in April 2002.
“You thought it was cute to ditch with your friends. Now let’s see how cute you think it is to sit with mom during class.”
“Your tummy looks like a bagel.”
You never know just who’s listening.
“This is our own special way of documenting us, together,” they told BuzzFeed News.
As Domestic Violence Awareness Month begins on Wednesday, a look at what some alleged victims of abuse have said on the anonymous sharing app Whisper about how and why they cover up their injuries. Warning: Graphic images.
He might regret that one.
Give him a hand. And some milk.
More than a dozen people were also injured at the Netherlands motor show near the border of Germany. Warning: Graphic content.
“Did you see this film??”
“We had sex and a baby popped out,” he sang.
In 1985, Ebony magazine imagined how he and a few other stars might look in the year 2000 with some ridiculous photoshopping. Not even close, Ebony.
After spending the summer recovering from being stabbed 19 times, survivor Payton Leutner has returned to middle school.
A funeral fit for Ron Swanson.
And you thought he couldn’t get dreamier.
Caroline Tompkins’ “Hey Baby” project catches New York City catcallers in the act.