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Jane Pepper 3h
Replying to @Qldaah @cheryl_kernot
WHY was the sentence suspended? It was a horrific, illegal act endangering the safety of a woman entitled to protection. Flagrant breach. Cannot be trusted. STOP and try to win back women's confidence in Qld Police Service.
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ash▪lovely Jimtober ▪ Oct 9
Guy can you take a minute to help me for my research ? ( Girls/Women only ) 1. Have you ever been subjected to continuous violence & harrassment ?
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Jane Pepper 2h
Monstrous. We need to be able to TRUST the police to follow the law and stop .
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Miki Clem Fandango Oct 7
This is . It took a very short time for her to be blamed for the continued abuse & violence inflicted on her by , violence that left her needing multiple operations to fix a broken jaw & fractured spine.
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Ulrika Ehrensvärd🌺 6h
🇷🇺 Russian Chatjaturjan sisters killed their dad - 🇸🇪 by
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💀One Kidney Widget & Gangplank Gizmo💀 6h
A) It is irresponsible to quote these statements out of context. As the article states, women are encouraged to meet gender violence w force (NOT seek out men to target.) Politely reasoning that isn't working, the suggestion is...
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harlechnnorfolk Oct 12
Trans women of color the focus of protestors who interrupt CNN town hall
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A Balancing Bipolar 5h
My gosh. Car decals of those kinds should never, ever be allowed. It should be banned because it normalises criminal acts! 🤬
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Mo Roy Lang Oct 11
It's funny how people who abuse women the most, are racist the most and hate animals protest most about abuse against women, racism and violence against animals
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zenwomyn Oct 11
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lion.based.feminist.news Oct 9
"we demand a lot from sexual assault victims"... for monsters like and acts .
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MirrorImages 3h
Women don't have equal pay, is still a disgraceful scourge everywhere. And women are still being marginalized.
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Frank Ceballos Oct 7
This week we we be taking a break from our De-escalation series. The month of October is domestic violence awareness month an we want to help bring awareness to this topic. So please join us for this series.
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PlanetNavaho 19h
Keep talkin'-we hear you! Keep saying it, say it louder! It is learned behavior and it is a vicious cycle!
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Goddesscomedia Karen (She/Her) Oct 7
Dear men, if you witness another man abusing a woman and you don't step in to help her, you are a coward and complicit in VAW. Fuck you. Seriously....F U C K Y O U
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Dr Ana Zavala Guillen 18h
About 200,000 in my hometown are discussing on different (in plural) and how a world without is possible
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US Attorney Shores Oct 11
On this , I am joining my colleagues to to bring awareness to the issue of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women.
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BeeDizzle Oct 10
Domestic Violence Is The Most Common Killer Of Women Around The World | HuffPost Canada
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ExploreSexTalk Oct 7
This is one of steps we can take in the fight against
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Council of Europe office in Brussels 2h
The Venice Commission – of legal and constitutional experts – has clarified many widespread misconceptions concerning the Council of Europe’s on . It’s about tackling violence against women. Press release
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