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Helen May 16
It’s horrible to me that, once again, women are having to use hashtags because of decisions men are making. Disgusting!
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kelsey jones May 14
after a long talk with a friend tonight i think i’m finally ready to come out with my story on my own terms bc i have a voice and i refuse to be silenced any longer because i’m scared or anxious or nervous. i just want others to realize they have a voice too.
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Melisa 🇧🇦 May 16
Replying to @Melijusupovic
because either way they’ll believe males over me
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KatyKeiser May 16
I didn’t report because he made me feel special and mature. I didn’t see it as an issue at the time. I was 14 and he was 19.
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Marissa Breton Emanuele May 15
I respect hashtag movements like , , and , but it’s so fucking depressing that women need to repeatedly reveal our most painful experiences in order to be taken seriously.
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🌈 WeNdY LaDy Theres a horse in the hospital ☕️🦄 May 17
"Why don't women leave men if they're abusive?" For fuck's sake because of this brainwashing bullshit to make women stay and try to fix it because maybe it was their fault and there was something they could have done to stop their abuse.
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Kayla Savage May 18
I tried. I was told to forgive and move on.
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Amelia Robinson May 15
SVA Students’ Grassroots Campaign Wins a...
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foxy May 19
A thread on . I was 7. Sept 6, 2003 I was at my aunts house for my older girl cousins 13th birthday. We used to do everything together, until that birthday she was finally a teen and decided I was too young to hang out with anymore.
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💚🦚Peacock🦚💚 May 12
Replying to @YouTube @daisyfoxglove
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Kayla Savage May 18
No matter how many times I tell my story, I’ve never once felt validated.
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💚🦚Peacock🦚💚 May 12
You put out a video, during the , saying how victims shouldn’t post about their past abuse. Because if they didn’t report it when it happened it sent a message to abusers that victims would let them get away with their crimes & they may reoffend. The hypocrisy.
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Alice✨ May 17
I said no, but it happened anyway, so I thought I wanted it & it was my own stupid decision. Multiple times...
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Geneviéve Meiring May 15
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Dawn McQueen-Shaw May 16
Apparently Georgia, Alabama and now Missouri are trying 2get one over on the other...there's so many people holding each others beers we all just might end up sleeping on through the rest of these bullshit terms
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Lisa Ward May 20
If anyone wonders why many survivors of rape and sexual abuse chose not to report, here's a small insight into one of the many reasons. For more is important reading
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noc noc whos there May 18
can we bring back the because this is EXACTLY why
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Joyce 🐝 Bowen May 19
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Laila Risgallah Wahba 2h
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Terry Posts ❤️💛💚💙 15h
Woman whose rapist was granted joint custody of child speaks out - CBS News She was 12 when she was kidnapped and raped. 12 He seems to have done little jail time. She was receiving government assistance.
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