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What a great MLK day. I just finished work on the highly anticipated #suckerpunched season 4 video for @fightguyphoto and I’m ecstatic to help @rainn01 in the fight against sexual abuse. This is Nasty Woman at its finest! I’m ready to represent women of color and of bisexuality in this amazing charitable series. Please check out fightguyphotography.com for more and watch the video in my bio! #suckerpunch #rainn #endsexualviolence #blackgirlmagic #work #modeling #photography #charity #fight #nastywoman #bless #suckerpunched4 #fightguyphotography
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this is so horrible I felt so sick reading this. I can’t believe people can do things like this and governments just stand by and do nothing. What is happening to our world... so many women subject to such horrors, all so innocent and none deserving of the violence committed towards them . . . #endsexualviolence #endrape #endviolenceagainstwomen #endviolence #silenceisdeadly
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By now you've probably all heard about this. While reading comments on ths article I've seen a lot of "why didn't she just leave", so I want to take this as another opportunity to remind people of the freeze response, which involves someone either physically or mentally "freezing" when they feel threatened. If she felt like she could safely get up and leave, she would have. But sometimes in an effort to protect us, our bodies and/or our minds "shut down" in a way that can't always be rationalized or make sense, but it's our body's way of trying to save us in that scenario. When someone has that response, it's because they feel if they're to give a hard no or try to leave, they risk the threat of violence. . Once the woman has given clear verbal and/or non-verbal signals, (which includes pulling away, saying "I don't know", pushing you away, trying to change the subject, etc, etc.) the onus should not be on her to keep from getting assaulted, it should be on the man to back off and respect her. . Saying "not now" or "I don't know" is not code for "keep trying until I say yes or stop speaking so you get what you want." If a woman has indicated she's not into it (which by the way fellas, if she's into it, you'll know), then you continuing to push her makes you not only potentially a rapist and/or sexual predator, but a real POS.