I Was Suspended from Facebook for my #MeToo Post
Deborah Copaken
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I admire your remarkable response to the debilitating fears that sexual harassment often leaves us with. Your photos capture the visceral rawness in that underlies harassment and, at the same time, transform the fear of it into the power of art to expose. More than that, too, I admire your courage to have asked, in those situations, to take the photos in the first place!

Thank you for sharing this.

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