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Writer Kelly Oxford uses social media to share women's stories of assault in wake of Trump tapes.

On October 7, a tape emerged that showed Donald Trump bragging about his ability to get away with groping and kissing women at his leisure. While many were eager to mock his downfall, writer and comedian Kelly Oxford made sure everyone took time to focus on the real problem: a #NotOkay culture where Trumps are tolerated and women are left to deal with them from a young age.
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