It is also based on this understanding that I was fortunate enough to gradually repair my relationship with my mother, rather than simply accusing my mother as an agent or accomplice of the patriarchal/rape culture and inviting her to join the anti-sexual violence and women’s movement. This kind of story doesn't just happen to me, the self of Eve Ensler, the author of "Vaginal Monologue" and the author of "After Thirteen, I'm No Longer Me", who is also a sexual assault survivor. The narrative also points out the love-hate entanglement with his mother.
And we have also found that, in addition to the victims, Photo Manipulation Services after the daughter is subjected to sexual violence, it is often the mother who is most blamed, but there is a lack of a support system for survivors’ mothers, so that survivors’ mothers are often isolated and helpless. The society, her daughter, or even herself, for "not protecting her daughter well". Sometimes this can lead to survivors' mothers refusing to acknowledge and confront their daughter's pain, and even blaming or abusing their own daughters because it is too heavy for them to bear. But in the company of a good support system, survivor mothers have the opportunity to break out of this vicious cycle and become one of the best backstops and supports for their daughters who have suffered sexual violence.
Also based on this point of view, I differ from Schwark in that, Schwark believed that Athena put Medusa's head on the shield to protect herself, and I went a step further and believed that, Maybe Athena wasn't just trying to protect herself. After all, Athena watched Medusa survive for many years after being sexually assaulted. She thought that her "curse" had finally protected Medusa, but was finally cracked and killed by another man. Thinking about it carefully, Athena may not be able to bear the guilt of being unable to protect Medusa again. She put Medusa's head on the shield is likely to mourn and commemorate, just like a mother who will travel around with her daughter's ashes.