Sexy But Psycho: How the Patriarchy Uses Women’s Trauma Against Them
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Doctor" Jessica Taylor - have a Google of her interactions with people - has jumped onto the paranoia felt by privileged women and declared that all cishet women are indeed "psycho" because men. In 2022, Taylor published her second book, Sexy But Psycho: Uncovering the Labelling of Women and Girls through Constable. She described it as ”mixture of academic research, history, psychology and real-life stories of women and girls who have been told that they are mentally ill, instead of being listened to”.  The book focuses on how mental illness has historically been used to discredit women, focusing especially on the 2000s and pop artist Britney Spears. 
There has been a clear path from being castigated as a witch, to being labelled as crazy, to the modern-
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a b "Championing a 'VictimFocus' World with Jessica Eaton". onestopsocial.co.uk. 16 January 2019. Archived from the original on 11 July 2020 . Retrieved 10 July 2020. Why women are blamed for everything" book review". Archived from the original on 25 February 2021 . Retrieved 28 March 2021. The book is centered almost exclusively on the author's own research conducted by her at her institute - fine, but that means there is no oversight or peer-review. Outside of limited sources narrowed in scope, the evidence presented is primarily anecdotal or self-reported. I personally believe that victims rarely lie, so I accept the accounts as they are given; however, had I realized this prior to purchasing, I most likely would have sought out a library copy. This book is a collection of disclosures by victims who were then further traumatized by an archaic system that often doesn't know how or care to help them.As my interviews with professionals and women continued, it became strikingly clear that women in mental health units were being dehumanised, and female professionals were bearing witness to this oppression and control. More and more women were waking up to the reality of psychiatry as a dangerous, risky place for women and girls to be – and were doing everything they could to subvert an established and powerful system of misogyny. Taylor began volunteering with domestic violence victims before deciding to earn her Bachelor of Science Hons degree in psychology from the Open University.  Upon receiving her degree, Taylor co-founded The Eaton Foundation, a Male Mental Health and Wellbeing Centre in the UK, with Alex Eaton.  She eventually quit her job and founded VictimFocus, which she describes as "a company designed to challenge and change the victim blaming practices in social care, policing, mental health and support services all over the world."  In 2017 and 2018, she was shortlisted for the Emma Humphreys Memorial Prize.   Predictably, Amber Heard Just Got Diagnosed With BPD and HPD". www.victimfocus.org.uk. 29 April 2022.