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Why This Election Is Traumatic For So Many Women

When I was 13 and in my first month of high school, a friend asked to talk to me privately at a party. Once we were alone, he snaked his hand down my shirt and groped me, his hot breath unwelcome on my neck, his erection pressed against my leg. I froze, confused and queasy, and eventually regained my composure enough to quietly ask to go back into the room with everyone else.
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