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Bethany Holbrook Mar 16
It happened when I was a little girl. My mind protected me for a long time... until I became sexually active. Now my husband can't even tickle me in certain places without me having a panic attack.
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abomiNear Mar 15
;; They were my best friend and my only friend. I'd struggled my whole life to make and keep friends and I didn't know if I'd ever have a friend again if I cut them out of my life. I didn't want them to get in trouble. I still don't. Idk why.
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Your Girl Gorgeous Mar 18
A full on sextape was out on Facebook of me at 15-16 years old and I was essentially shamed for giving head to my boyfriend at the time (of nearly 2 years) and somehow people saw me as slutty. I just wanted the story to die
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RealityMoms Mar 16
“My parents would be mad at me.” “My parents would hate me.” “I didn’t think my parents could handle it.” The message I took from was that I never wanted my child to feel that they couldn't talk to me about anything. via
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Tyler J McCall Mar 14
Replying to @tyler_mccall
It took me 18 years to tell my parents I was sexually abused as a child. You want to know why an abuse survivor would wait so long? Because they are convinced that no one will believe them either.
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CarolinaPublicPress 13h
"Officers have not been trained initially on identifying, 'is this person in a state of trauma,'", Paul Phelan, NC Justice Academy.
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Angie Mar 12
"I never filed a police report and it took me 30 years to tell my parents," the actress Alyssa Milano tweeted. inspires survivors of sexual abuse in defiance of Trump
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CarolinaPublicPress 13h
Monika Johnson-Hostler with "I've spent 20 years, waiting for the moment people would cover sexual assault where it wasn't about victim-blaming." ... "It's made a difference for survivors and advocates ... thank you."
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Ninni Carlsson Mar 15
The -movement was really strong in the US last Autumn. Not only women but also men spoke out about why they never told anyone. "Leaving Neverland" is like an afterwave. This is what child sexual abuse looks like. (Read more on Fb: )
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mersadkhan Mar 18
Because we even don't have the braveness to tell the story in our country.our people punish the victim instead of wrongdoer.
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Toni Schach Mar 16
I know this is an older piece and the clown presidency has given us so much more to be appalled by since then, but this is the thing I felt on a more personal level than anything else. I hope we never have another person in power who would say such things.
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Weary Heathen Mar 13
Anyone else get super disgusted when coworkers talk about their church callings during work meetings? I find it disgusting & lose all respect & trust for those coworkers.
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CarolinaPublicPress Mar 13
Monika Johnson-Hostler from is one of our panelists next week at our Raleigh forum on the topic of sexual assault. Register today:
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Spread The Vote 17h
Replying to @SpreadTheVoteUS
These women stand in a long line of heroes who have stood up against harassment. From Anita Hill to Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, became a rallying cry and show of solidarity around the world.
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Sue Middleton Mar 12
Replying to @Paul_Brown1 @HoolyMcg
Read some tweets under to understand the complexity and trauma of sexual harassment.
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I'm With Them Mar 19
Joining together, survivors of sexual misconduct can support each other’s cases. The Women Who Accused Trump Of Sexual Misconduct Want Alva Johnson To Be Heard | HuffPost
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Joyce 🐝 Bowen 22h
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CarolinaPublicPress Mar 20
On Day 3 our investigative collaboration looks at the importance of evidence collection in the prosecution of cases.
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CarolinaPublicPress Mar 18
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CarolinaPublicPress Mar 14
Join us in Huntersville/Charlotte on Tuesday, March 26th from 6-8pm for our free forum on our six-month investigation into sexual assault in North Carolina.
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