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    An accurate description of the person in question was/is a lot worse. She had babies by guys in upper management for profit. You supply a name for it please?




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    Why Haven’t Black Women Come Forward With Sexual Assault Allegations?

    During a discussion of current sexual assault cases that have hit Hollywood, the question of why aren’t Black women coming forward came up.

    In a riveting and truthful commentary, Sybil Wilkes gives a break down of sexual assault and why more Black women don’t come out with their stories of sexual assault.


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    During a discussion of current sexual assault cases that have hit Hollywood, the question of why aren't Black women coming forward came up. In a riveting and truthful commentary, Sybil Wilkes gives a
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    2 days ago ... During a discussion of current sexual assault cases that have hit Hollywood, the question of why aren't Black women coming forward came up. In a riveting and truthful commentary, Sybil Wilkes gives a break down sexual assault and why more Black women don't come out with their stories of sexual assault
     
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    One of the original founders of the Metoo movement is black. However, I suspect they pressure there is them tearing a brother down




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    Only if that man falls into the category of sexual assault, sexual verbal assault, stalking, date rapist, stranger rapist.

    Do you fall in these categories, KEM? I can’t tell. If not, they’re not talking bout you. So stop talking bout them.

    Truthfully mr, when a woman is assulted or rape, she not thinking bout you.


    This assumes all rapist and victims are Black.
    The guy hiding in my car with a rope around my neck was a white boy.
     
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    I grew up, from a teen on Maya Angelou, Tony Morrison, Niki Giovanni, my Mother, My sister and many other great women I’ve loved in my life.
    I was never taught to be weak minded. So I don’t know how to do that.
    I was taught to love and be myself, that I’m beautiful, wonderful, and a queen.
    These great teachings are a part of who I am just as the sexual assaults are a part of who I am. The survivor me.
     
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    RAPE CULTURE, VICTIM BLAMING, AND THE FACTS
    WHAT IS RAPE CULTURE?

    Rape Culture is an environment in which rape is prevalent and in which sexual violence is normalized and excused in the media and popular culture. Rape culture is perpetuated through the use of misogynistic language, the objectification of women’s bodies, and the glamorization of sexual violence, thereby creating a society that disregards women’s rights and safety.


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      Rape Culture, Victim Blaming, and The Facts

      Learn about Rape Culture, Victim Blaming, and Sexual Violence Realities
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      People reassure themselves by thinking, "Because I am not like her, because I do not do that, this would never happen to me. ... Avoid using language that objectifies or degrades women; Speak out if you hear someone else making an offensive joke or trivializing rape; If a friend says they have been raped, take your friend