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Truth hurts: Harassment won’t stop until men start talking to other men

The lack of logic behind a restraining order

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“If he stands in your front yard waving his arm like he’s stabbing something, we still can’t do anything about it,” the police told her. “It’s just self-expression, and he’s not hurting anyone.”




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Shamontiel L. Vaughn

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