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I'm Becoming my Own Superhero (No auto follows) Sep 21
Replying to @DarklyCheerful
2/3 I am about being & , b/c other victims/survivors need to know they're not alone. I didn't always have my voice & couldn't & didn't talk about them, those who assaulted me.
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Tammy Bishop Feb 2
Looking for a composer to collaborate with for the show I’ve written! DM me if you’re interested or know someone who might be!
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Michelle Johnston Oct 12
Replying to @Eleytherius
and cheered on by faceless masses, and the idea that we, as a society, may have already peaked, is, utterly monstrous.
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Jake Henry Jul 2
Replying to @UCSanDiego
If you want to stand in solidarity with me, tweet at with the hashtag and tell them why you think this info should be public. (I’ll be wearing this suit anytime I’m on campus)
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Nyah Rodman Oct 2
Being apart of a community is about respect and compassion for one another.
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Active Faith Jun 10
Will, thank you for your commitment to (respectfully) sharing the truth, even in the face of criticism - God bless you on your journey.
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voicefound May 17
322 women and girls were sexually assaulted by one man. But it was more than one man. It was a conspiracy of silence throughout every level of the organization that allowed this to happen. The courageous survivors who spoke out are so very deserving of this award.
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Jenna Kandyce Linch Apr 4
The bravest thing a survivor can do is break their silence for it takes courage to speak out but in shattering our silence we are letting those who hurt us know that we refuse to live our lives in fear because we refuse to give them power over us.
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Tammy Bishop Nov 8
After countless drafts, writing, deleting and writing some more, the script is done! Now to put music to those lyrics.
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voicefound May 30
2 years ago today we launched The Hope Found Project. Our 5 year goal was to support 100 persons. It's National Victims and Survivors of Crime Week as well as Sexual Assault Prevention Month. We still have a lot of work to do.
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KBSaysNoMore Dec 6
Congrats to The Silence Breakers mentioned, thank you for being strong enough to raise this issue and open the doors for others to break their own silence.
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LiberalTXDiva Sep 23
It was a neighbor...a female teenager who babysat me at 4yo...my first time knowing absue that wld only end bc we moved. My family DOESN'T know. As yng adult in college it was a dude who put somthg in my drink & again w/ a bf who wldnt take NO! I'm a &
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imsugarplum76 18h
Replying to @Ensin17
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trish🌈 Jul 2
we will no longer tolerate rapists not being held accountable for their actions, this is unacceptable and your administration needs to step up
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cynthia bland Dec 12
On this day in 2005 I finally disclosed that I had been sexually abused as a young child starting at age 5. It was the beginning of a journey that led to the founding of .
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Maple Holistics Apr 9
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Support survivors! Together we can create and end once and for all! RT + Comment below to raise awareness and show support for victims. Your Voice Has Power!
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Danielle Allard Aug 20
Tomorrow, we raise money for and launch the campaign for ! Hope to see some familiar faces! Tickets are $25 but include your food and drink with the rest going towards a great organization.
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Rika Ohara 9h
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alikat 16h
the men are not controlling the narrative any longer. the has reached the tipping point.
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Patricia Osborne Sep 23
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