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Bella ♡ Aug 3
I wish I had the guts to speak up, i wish I didn’t wait so long, I wish someone would’ve believed me, I wish I wasn’t drunk & high when it happened, I wish I had proof but most importantly I wish I could’ve reported it..
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Support Within Reach Aug 5
Myth: If the Survivor did not physically struggle with or fight the assailant, it wasn’t really sexual assault. Fact: no, a person does not need to fight back for it to be sexual assault.
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Anna Fearon 🚺💪 Jul 30
Like or RT this tweet if you were raped and never reported it. I just want to show how many rapes go unreported. because it took me a long time to realise I was a victim. I was in denial & scared. I don't want to face in court.
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Buttercup Aug 2
Replying to @anna_fearon
I didn't realize it was rape until much later Realistic representation of rape matters Rape is not always committed by a violent, dangerous stranger, in a dark alley. This is the exception. Rape takes place on a soft bed, by someone you trust. That's the rule.
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Winner Aug 5
Reported the manager that sexually harassed me to human resources and was totally ignored. Its no wonder women find it hard to report sexual assault, hr doesn't exist for employees
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Yellow Brick House Aug 5
When survivors come forward, they should be met with support and love. Yellow Brick House believes survivors and knows that victim shaming is harmful and unacceptable. We must around rape culture, and uplift survivors.
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U-Report 24x7 Aug 2
Make our safe by making perpetrators accountable for their actions. Humanitarian aids are free and shouldn't be paid for. Call 08031230630 to report suspected cases of exploitation.
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Jacaranda73 Jul 29
You and the likes of you are the reason Good day
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Ronan Quinlan Jul 30
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Rena Romano Jul 29
Absolutely! With you 100000% on this one! sucks!
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Jessica Spencer Castner Aug 6
Replying to @mbeisen
Sorting through this, too. When 1 woman courageously comes forward, others more likely to overcome forces that silence, intimidate, & gag. This deception hurts many—cannot let it reinforce disempowering victims & survivors from speaking up
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metootimesup Jul 30
We are collecting data for our documentary on the reasons people don’t report sexual assault. If you have experienced SA, please complete our confidential survey 🙏🏼
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Mc mont 58m
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Network of Victim Assistance (NOVA) Aug 6
As countless anecdotes shared through viral hashtags like and have proven, sexual violence can happen to anyone.
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Michele Beaulieux Jul 31
Post chronicles author's many reasons because it's to report to anyone is on prosecuting crimes, not reporting them to the police
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#METOO Aug 4
Replying to @standwsurv1vors
rape culture, from the perspective of a survivor in her senior year. (part 2)
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JAYU Jul 31
As and gain more traction in media, let's talk about the stories that AREN'T being told. Ty for this important piece. read. read. read.
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Steve Bowkett Jul 29
Would anybody like to explain to this person why is not caused by "wearing a mini skirt"?
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Galatea Aug 1
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Rena Romano Aug 2
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