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Lisa Warrior Oct 6
he was my boyfriend and I believed I’d brought it upon my self somehow. Low self esteem.
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Leaving 👋🏼 Oct 8
Replying to @TokinBetty
Rape culture sounds like
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natalie bacon Oct 6
I love you, New York. As seen in Madison Square Park.
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Jenn Knee Oct 7
This is —It was hard to write. I’m sharing it, aware some people will be angry. That’s fine. This isn’t about them. It’s about me not being ashamed anymore—or feeding the power of a secret. I was raped.
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Jennifer in Idaho Oct 5
Why am I shaking and crying about something that happened nearly 30 years ago? Those who are a yes on Kavanaugh just metaphorically raped me a survivor again. I feel sick
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katherine Oct 7
before my previous page shut down I was sent this :( it’s truly heartbreaking that this is young women’s reality right now
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Mekenzie Brady Oct 5
No one would believe that such a “good person” could do such a terrible thing
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brittney. Oct 6
I tried. But you called me a liar.
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Tuft ❤️ 18h
Replying to @officiallytuft
He was and still is amazing to me. I didn’t tell him until we were two years in. Now im telling the world. ? I was scared. I felt helpless. And now, it’s too late to prove anything happened.
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the lords waffle fries Oct 12
because I was too young to know what was happening, and now that I’m older it feels like nobody would take it seriously
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Sonia 15h
I wish i had.
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Tuft ❤️ 19h
I know I’m late but this thread is . Imagine this. You’re in 7th grade. You’re 11, and you just got a boyfriend, who is 15.
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lo 🌙 Oct 13
my “best friend” told me if i did she’d never speak to me again because she couldn’t believe that he’d do something like that is
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Megan Bushway 12h
I guess you had 100,000s of women and men to tell you thought were crying out for attention with the
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@Rosa 8h
I was too ashamed. too embarrassed. Afraid of people seeing me differently I did not tell my family because they would have blamed me for being at the party. I would have been disowned by Mom and Dad Hoping I would forget
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Rebecca Heiss Oct 9
because this is what happens when you do.
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Cassandra Tanner 11h
I was so young, I didn't know what happened until years later.
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Clare Nettleton Oct 10
Seems like nothing ever changes.
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Brianne Mai Blessitt Oct 12
He was my cousin's best friend and believed to do no wrong.
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ItStopsNow 4h
They fuck your mind over. The mind protects. I was partying. After 3 years I did: detectives mocked & laughed at me. Reopened all of it and everyone helping doubted me; I dropped the case. Happened again 2 weeks ago.😢😠😦😔
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