Sexual violence refers to any unwanted or non-consensual sexual touching, victimization achieved through physical force, threat, deterrence and compulsion. Many acts of sexual hostility also occur in concert with physical violence. This form of violence may occur in over fifty percent of physically violent relationship. Acts of sexual abuse include: rape, incest, forced sex with others, forced oral sex, indecent, molesting in public and private sphere. Acts of physical violence include slapping, drowning, grabbing, hair pulling, punching, arm- twisting, pushing, dangling by neck, arms or feet, kicking, hand cuffing, kneeing, tying up rope, choking, clawing, pushing to ground, threating with gun or knife, biting, threatening with burning objects and breaking or throwing objects, this type of violence is the widest one because we can notice and discover it. Physical violence is usually accompanied by psychological abuse and in many cases by sexual assault.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Liza with a Z . A Concert for Television is a 1972 concert film, made for television and starring Liza Minnelli. The film was produced by Fred Ebb and Bob Fosse. As well as producing, Fosse also directed and choreographed the concert, and Ebb wrote and arranged the music with his song-writing partner John Kander. All four had previously worked on the successful film adaptation of Cabaret earlier in the same year. According to Minnelli, it was "the first filmed concert on television". Singer sponsored the production, although the producers did their best to keep any of the sponsors from seeing the rehearsals for fear of them pulling out due to Minnelli's short skirts. Filmed on May 31 at the Lyceum Theatre in New York, after only eight weeks of rehearsals, the concert was shot with eight 16mm film cameras at the insistence of Fosse, in contrast to other television specials of the time which were all shot on videotape.
Although experiences, attitudes, feelings and philosophies are respectively their own phenomena, they act in concert to shape the lens through which we see life. This quartet is one big strand pulling our hearts and minds in many directions. - Ironda Joyce Campbell