She just Wanted to Walk Home

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  1. The shame, my friend, doesn’t help. What you’ve written will, I hope, in some small way. You’re right: It’s time for men and boys to change. Talking about this is part of that change. Thank you for doing that.

    1. To me, this things like “we need educate and aware girls” of the dangerous is completely wrong. Instead take the boys at school few hours more a week to special education how to respect them and how to understand they need to stop to think they are different.
      I know it’s a long process and in some community it’s either longer, but society need to start at some point to face the reality.
      Sarah got the main pages of the news but we have hundred of Sarah everyday in the world that doesn’t make the news.

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