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Liar Liar: Breaking the Silence on Sexual Assault

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Laurie Katz has always been a city girl. She thrived during her childhood in Boston, MA, and was all set to explore new places, beginning with her college experience in Chicago. Just three weeks in, however, that college experience took a sinister turn.

What had started as a fun night out ended with Laurie alone in her dorm room, struggling to even think about what had
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Paperback, 176 pages
Published February 20th 2020 by Trigger
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A haunting memoir of sexual assault that shows just why the #metoo movement is so necessary. Laurie writes candidly about her experiences and brings the reality of how it affects its victims into harsh light.
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Liar Laurie is both personal and universal in its exposure of campus sexual assault. First-time author Laurie Katz demonstrates a style that is both candid and conversational in this silence-breaking book. The stigmas around rape and sexual assault are laid bare, illustrating not only the distress of the crime itself, but also the efforts to seek support and justice in the aftermath. Bravely sharing difficult details that often get buried, Liar Laurie takes the reader inside the personal ...more
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Laurie Katz is a rape survivor and advocate. After she was raped during her freshman year of college in 2011, Laurie struggled with her mental health, including severe depression.

She is very grateful for her life now, thanks to the the help she eventually received. She now lives in Boston with her fiance, their three cats, and their fish. She loves her work as an elementary teacher and she enjoys
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