Paper Women Reviews…

Are you worried about whether the Paper Women process is truly anonymous if you submit through Survey Monkey? I don’t blame you at all – so many women are in such precarious abuse situations that they simply can’t afford to be identified in anyway. Some women just don’t want anyone to know what happened to them. I totally get it.

If it helps reassure you, please see the reviews of the artwork process provided by respondents below.

49 year old from Mildura answered:

Submitting through Survey Monkey, were you asked to identify yourself at any stage: No

If you have your Paper Woman online, have you been identified in anyway in the artwork: No

Comments: It was a relief to submit how I was feeling.

Anjella answered:

Submitting through Survey Monkey, were you asked to identify yourself at any stage: No

If you have your Paper Woman online, have you been identified in anyway in the artwork: No

Comments: Easy and extremely anonymous. So anonymous that even though I know Amanda personally, she had no idea that I’d submitted a response.

If you still feel that you can’t take the chance on submitting, I understand and I hope that you have support and love in your life to help you if you need it.

If you do feel you can submit, any submission at all will be greatly appreciated. xx

Submission options include:

• Survey Monkey (https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/85T2YG5)

• Email printchange21@gmail.com 

• Text / leave a message on 0492 366 216

• Post your story to PO Box 121, Portarlington VIC 3223

Click here for links to violence assistance websites.

Click here if you would like to leave a review of the Paper Women process.

Click here to join the Print Change mailing list.

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