I Was Suspended from Facebook for my #MeToo Post
Deborah Copaken
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Deborah- Your paper on the current climate of female abuse, assault, and rape which girls and women live in, was exceptional. I hurt with you about all the instances in which you were scared, used, and denigrated by men. I too have had too many instances of that sort of treatment by men, for no reason, beginning at six yrs. old. I’m glad someone finally understood the reason you posted the photos of the perpetrators, and took action to right the power. We deserve to be heard, believed, and supported. This imbalance of power must be leveled, and the misogynistic male behaviors stopped. If all of us unite, as the powerful sex we are, quit keeping the secrets, and use all our voices, power, and strength to denounce the perpetrators, and demand respect, equality and safety, maybe we will have a chance of living free, and unmolested in this world. We must, male and female, unite in fighting this sick war. Thank you for sharing your such painful and hated memories.

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