I wouldn’t blame someone who has been victimized.
Sirous Martel
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I can’t even. My mouth is hangin open at your response. Please read back over your response to Anon E. Mouse. What you just said is that it is the fault of the woman who is harassed becasue of how she is dressed. Then you went on to say that white men, with good jobs and good educations aren’t the ones who harass women, it is those ‘ghetto’ black men.

Is that really what you meant to suggest? Both of these things are patently false. It doesn’t matter what a woman is wearing when she is harassed and men from all backgrounds and type do it.

I’m just hoping that this was unclear phrasing on your part and it wasn’t your intention to both demonize women who walk down the street and black men.

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