What do you hear? Yanny or Laurel with a twist. It's all about power dynamics.
Yanny Or Laurel? Power Dynamics is an awareness video about rape statistics however, and why victim's rarely get justice.
The question in the beginning of this video (What do you hear?) is a trick question and the video is an experiments on its own.
The video is about fear. It's a rape-awareness video. It's about the subtle power dynamics between victims and rapists, and how rapists manipulate and abuse their victims to stay silent. It's about sexual violence, he said / she said, victim blaming and how victims are treated in society.
The statistics used in this video:
1823 reported rapes in Northern Ireland (UK) in 1 year with just 15 people convicted. (1.82%).
1745 reported rapes in the West Midlands (UK) in 1 year with just 174 people convicted. (9.97%)
1205 reported rapes in Avon and Somerset (UK) in 1 year with just 86 people convicted. (7.14%)
The average statistics concerning rape convictions throughout the world are that between 85 and 95% of victims who press charges, never see their rapist end up in jail.
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Interview with a troll who believes Exurb1a, the man who raped me, tried to make me die by suicide.
Author Alex McKechnie, youtuber Exurb1a, set your sails: I have a message for you.
If Laurel raped Yanny, what are the chances Laurel would go to jail? Who would believe and hear Yanny?
Anon is a good reminder that while we’re watching billionaires shooting cars into space, criminals are learning new ways to target us on earth. That, should matter to all of us.
The road to justice, activism and the truth. Can you hear the sound of the parade Alex?
I was sexually assaulted while drugged, while under the care of the hospital I had been staying at. My rapist, youtuber Exurb1a, sexually assaulted me outside the hospital. I'm here to point out the blind spots in Mental Health Care.
I will not be silenced anymore. Not be my own rapist youtuber Exurb1a, but also not by youtube. Susan, you encourage youtubers to work together. But where are you, when we end up in a hospital due to those collaborations? For 7 months?
I'm not even a person or name anymore. I'm turned into an adjective, performing as a noun. As far as identifying the noun is possible in this sentence, I can say it's something with a hole.
Youtuber Exurb1a stayed silent for a year, until he found out I found a pro-deo lawyer to support me in my police case against him. Now, he's made it known what his plans are.
Exurb1a is 'going after me'. I need help.
This is what you don't see. Unless we manage to capture it. Unless we show you. Unless you open your eyes, and listen, when we scream.
I had to be raped and hospitalised to receive my autism diagnosis. This is my story, and all the signs that were missed.
Rebecca points at her phone. "The police is always listening. Remember that when you talk to me, if you don't want to share certain things with them."
They wear normal, casual clothing. Nothing white or clinical at all, that hints to where I am.
All his dark jokes since the night he abused me, weren't funny to me at all. They felt like carefully crafted, subtle threats, disguised as jokes. Threats nobody else could pick up on, but me.
My legs are trembling, and I'm trying not to cry.
"Are you at your hotel?" Exurb1a asks.
"No, I- I'm somewhere in the city. Taking a walk."
"So you're going to the police and file a report? It will ruin my career," Exurb1a shouts.
This next bit might come as a surprise to you if you've been reading about what has happened between my ex-coworker youtuber Exurb1a and I; especially if you've seen the videos I shared while I was depressed.