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Old Yesterday, 05:33 PM
 
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My boyfriend's 12 year old daughter was followed all the way home, for several blocks, by some men in a truck who were harassing her. They only left her alone when she walked into her house and they saw the Rottweiler that lived there. Then, they drove off real fast. And she definitely looked only 12, there is no way she looked 18. (And even if she were an adult, it would have been no excuse for them to stalk her). There had been a college cheerleading camp in the area that week and it attracted a lot of strange men hanging around in the area.
When my daughter was 13 she went to a concert with a bunch of friends and withmy brother (who is 6 yrs older than her) as chaperone. A 30 something looking adult man would not stop trying to chat her up. She said "no" with a smile, he came back, he tried to dance with her, she turned away, finally he grabbed her around the hips and when she pushed him away he tried to kiss her. The only thing that made him finally leave her alone was my brother had to physically grab him and explain that she was 13 and he was going to call the police if he didnt leave her alone.

These things happen to girls that age often.
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Old Yesterday, 06:46 PM
 
Location: Nice, France
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Again...

Women try to say and ... Nothing.


Me too, my friends too, my mom too, my grandma too, no #indeed to see it.
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Old Yesterday, 06:51 PM
 
Location: Nice, France
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It has been quite evident OP is not interested actual discourse based on the troll thread title and followed by patent dismissal of any comments that do not support her agenda.

Are you that kind of man ? Be truthful.

Many others here are not and they said/showed it. Activelly for many.

Simple question : do you defend the abuse of women and young girls even as many have shown with their experience here, whith courage ?
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Old Yesterday, 07:08 PM
 
Location: Nice, France
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When my daughter was 13 she went to a concert with a bunch of friends and withmy brother (who is 6 yrs older than her) as chaperone. A 30 something looking adult man would not stop trying to chat her up. She said "no" with a smile, he came back, he tried to dance with her, she turned away, finally he grabbed her around the hips and when she pushed him away he tried to kiss her. The only thing that made him finally leave her alone was my brother had to physically grab him and explain that she was 13 and he was going to call the police if he didnt leave her alone.

These things happen to girls that age often.

Very too often.

From the age of 20, 1 in 10 will have been abused (not talking catcallling which should already be out, and most will be abused in some way), SEXUALLY abused.

Rape notably. But of course, let's not talk about this, they might be lying.
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Old Yesterday, 07:13 PM
 
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Are you that kind of man ? Be truthful.

Many others here are not and they said/showed it. Activelly for many.

Simple question : do you defend the abuse of women and young girls even as many have shown with their experience here, whith courage ?
That is an ignorant assumption. You are way off base on both accounts.
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Old Yesterday, 07:22 PM
 
Location: NNJ
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IMO, the threat/problem is when the movement itself becomes more important and more of a distraction than the victims and people it supposedly represents.
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Old Yesterday, 07:23 PM
 
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That is an ignorant assumption. You are way off base on both accounts.
Explain and answer the question please.
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Old Yesterday, 07:26 PM
 
Location: Nice, France
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IMO, the threat/problem is when the movement itself becomes more important and more of a distraction than the victims and people it supposedly represents.

Nope, it's when the "movement" reveals so much of truth that most people can't stomach the reality of it.

We were numerous to tell, on this thread, and I guess, not on metoo.

Still, not heard or even listened to.

And no wealthy men involved. Just our experiences as girls, teens, women.

MOST girls, teens, women live that. Understand it. Some, once. Others, everyday. Most : always, just as they walk.. Any age, type.
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Old Yesterday, 07:27 PM
 
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Nope, it's when the "movement" reveals so much of truth that most people can't stomach the reality of it.
You missed my point....
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Old Yesterday, 07:42 PM
 
Location: Nice, France
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You missed my point....
Probably since the subject moves me so much.



Did you mean to say talking about abuse moves from the point from real victims ?

Who are victims ? Please be clear :-)
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