Hiding The Harbour

Just launched by Curative and 96Black funded by gambling money from Lotto is The Harbour, a site for those affected by harmful sexual behaviour. It’s very well done (aside from some initial paragraph spacing issues and missing links.)

The content does not take long to read, and it’s good for all of us to get a reminder or lesson in what harmful sexual abuse is, and is not, and how both offenders and victims can be helped. For example only 2% of adolescents and 5% of adults re-offend after completing treatment.  The list of support agencies feels short – and that’s sad.

One neat feature is the hide this page button:

Hovering over it gets this message:

In my (contrived) case hiding the page goes to a nice “safe” misogynistic opinion piece from Bob Jones. Why the Herald publishes this crap I don’t know, but regardless, kudos for the team behind The Harbour at least for advancing society.

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2 Responses to Hiding The Harbour

  1. Mark Osborne says:

    Awesome to see a real and legitimate use for putting content into an iFrame!!

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  2. ‘Hide this page’ is an impressive feature.

    Could possible be improved with some text explanation and higher profile though to ensure everyone who might need is aware of how it works.

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