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It's increasingly clear that for men, being drunk excuses anything they do.  For women, being drunk excuses anything done to us.

It's increasingly clear that for men, being drunk excuses anything they do. For women, being drunk excuses anything done to us. <<<cannot repost this enough

No More "It's Just A Misunderstanding" | Anne Glauber for @NOMORE.org   #NoMore "Domestic violence and sexual assault should never be ignored. It's time we all speak out to stop the violence."

for domestic violence and sexual assault. October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month - share the NO MORE PSA ads today!

Stand up against rape and domestic abuse. Don't let anyone ever tell u it was your fault. #staystrong

infographic showing the tiny percentage of false rape accusations compared to the vast number of rapists who are never reported, never faced trial, and are never jailed

Survivors To Thrivers | A Blog about Overcoming Sexual abuse and the Journey from Victim to Survivor to Thriver

Rape is never the victim's fault. No one "asks" to get raped. Women (and men) should be able to wear whatever they wish without being judged. Rape is always an act of violence and is the fault of the perpetrator, not the victim.

Women have to be on the offensive when a patriarchal society teaches them that it is their responsibility to not be raped or taken advantage of.

No, not all men are monsters. As a woman and as a feminist, I'm tired of men being generalized into monsters and potential rapists. Stay on point with this kind of campaign to educate rather than generalize and stereotype all men.

I saw a little girl with her mother (Walmart of course) wearing tiny shorts and a t shirt saying ''SEXY AND I KNOW IT''.She looked about 10 years old.  FFS let children be children.

One culture hides their girls because they symbolize sex and will tempt men.

This college's anti-rape campaign pulls no punches when it comes to the message: Don't rape.

This college's anti-rape campaign pulls no punches when it comes to the message: Don't rape.

On Campus: UW-Madison police start sexual assault prevention campaign aimed at men

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