talking about sexual assault victims in the third person. As an other. As an object to be used for an argument.
I’m tired of having to look at comments in which some guy argues that she’s insulting real victims…
Ariel Garlow

If you think that speaking about a group in the third person is making them an ‘object’, you’re an idiot.

One does not need to cite specific people in order to point out a general concept: Such as calling a virtual hand squeezing virtual air in front of a non-existent chest on a screen. This article is a joke.

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