The Free Press Journal
Get The Gloss
‘Nobody is entitled to my body but me’: Rape survivors’ emotional messages of strength are captured in a powerful photo series by Rankin
British Medical Journal
Empowering Women (Hearst)
The Times of India
Our maternity clinic launch
NHS launches first maternity clinic for rape survivors which offers clinical and psychological support
The Evening Standard
Time Out London
Pavan spoke to Phoebe Jackson-Edwards at the Daily Mail about My Body Back and the great work that we’re doing in our clinics and Cafe V workshops.
BBC Sunday Morning Live
Our founder, Pavan Amara, contributed to a discussion on rape culture this morning on BBC’s Sunday Morning Live.
You can watch the interview on BBC iPlayer and you’ll find Pavan’s interview between 20:00 and 23:22.
BBC World Service
On Thursday 6 August we opened our new St Bart’s clinic for women who have experienced sexual violence. As word got out, we were thrilled to get loads of brilliant coverage from national publications, helping us reach even more women across the UK.
Our founder, Pavan Amara, spoke to Zoe Beaty about the aftermath of sexual assault.
Hannah Barr talks to our founder, Pavan Amara, about reclaiming sexuality after rape and sexual assault.
Meet the Woman Behind the UK’s First Specialist Clinic for Women Trying to Reclaim Their Bodies After Being Raped
Maya Oppenheim interviews our founder, Pavan Amara, about the long term effects of rape and sexal assault, and the beginnings of My Body Back.
Laura Bates, founder of the Everyday Sexism Project, interviews our founder, Pavan Amara, about how My Body Back started and the work we’re doing to help women in the UK.
Our very own Pavan Amara wrote a striking piece in The Independent on the subject of the documentary India’s Daughter.
6 March 2015
You can jump ahead to 23 minutes and 20 seconds to hear our founder, Pavan Amara, speak on the subject of reclaiming sex and physicality after sexual violence.
5 March 2015
We were really excited to hear that our founder, Pavan Amara, was listed as one of The Independent’s top activists in a list commemorating International Women’s Day.