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I don't think we read the same article. I just read one about a specific individual who happens to be female speaking of her abuser(s) which the physically abuse was caused by the male and the emotionally abuse by both men and women. It's okay for women to speak out about abuse. It doesn't mean all men are abusers. Women are more likely than men to come forward with abuse. I've seen this in the military with male on male rape, which is ridiculously unreported, as well as with female on male rape, also highly unreported. When you silence women, I hope you see the men who are watching from the background and wondering if they should or even can come forward, you silence them as well.
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