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Angela 5h
The can give a lot of strength. There are so many people suffering. Some have never said anything up to sharing using the hashtag. I hope you find solace. 😞
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Ben Niles 18m
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Gothesque Magazine 2h
We have a brand new issue releasing at Gothesque! Make sure to show your support for survivors and check out Issue #68 | - Contributors: After Dark Photography...
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QueenofInfiniteSpace Jan 18
Don't be disingenuous. You're not asking; you're telling. Before you come telling women what they should do, spend some time shutting up and listening. Spend the next week on Twitter reading the stories on and . Actually learn.
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Lexi 15h
Oh don’t forget about the thousands of rape kids just sitting in labs and evidence rooms or thrown away. Or the tons of rape reports that get ignored. was a hashtag for a reason.
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Sid🍍 Jan 15
He was one of my closest friends. I trusted him to take care of drunk me bc he had never came onto me I trusted him bc I loved him I trusted him bc it was him I should report him & blast him on everything,but me? I cant. Because its just him. He knows who he is..
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WHN Jan 14
*CFP* ‘Breaking Bounds’ (Closing 1 February 2019). & have allowed women to share their exp of sexual violence, harassment and objectification. This interdisciplinary conf will examine forms of female curtailment and restraint in the 19thC in light of this.
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david_ruybalid Jan 17
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ez Jan 14
there was no proof, just my word against his. i knew that if i went to court, nothing would happen and it would only traumatize me even more. he was manipulative and convinced me that nothing happened. i still don’t believe myself
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Winnie Lui Jan 14
To victims of sexual assault and anyone who has EVER had a reason to participate in the and movement, I am so sorry that people defend rapists and abusers. This student deserved better ! Shame on you
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tart/of/darkness Jan 10
Check out to hear survivors stories about why they didn’t report their sexual abuse or assault. It’s not always an easy decision to report. There can be a lot of emotional, psychological and social repercussions.
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Mama Liberty Jan 16
1977's article in penthouse: "Incest: the last taboo" allowed my named sexual abuser the permission to get away with it
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Joyce 🐝 Bowen 4h
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QueenofInfiniteSpace 17h
Ah... Right. Let me guess: you're one of those who think that the hundreds of thousands of stories on were fabricated lies just to stir up controversy, right?
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For Women Who Roar Jan 16
One of the of most powerful parts of the issue to us is the very last page. The stories offered anonymously by our community are bold, brave, and so incredibly vulnerable. This first issue is on voice. Be sure to swag your copy!
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Winnie Lui Jan 14
Replying to @WinnieLupin
I realize has an enrollment issue, but these are stories from just two women who withdrew from your university because you didn’t enforce to protect them when they reported sexual assaults and harassment. No woman should ever have to go through
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CurvyRedGurl Fan Club Jan 13
Curvy Red Gurl presents The "No More" Campaign Sexual assault is never okay. Although some survivors may stay silent for years before sharing their stories, the act is in no way shape or form acceptable.
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Ryan Ashton Jan 12
This attitude of casual indifference and outright endorsement of predators is pervasive—in the Church, entertainment, and politics. Is it any wonder why victims have such a hard time coming forward and movements such as resonate with survivors and advocates?
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Ben Niles Jan 11
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