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I Didn't Tell

Let me start by saying that this isn’t a politically inspired post. What it is is a long overdue post. A post I first considered writing back when Bill Cosby’s accusers (victims) started publicly speaking out, and the most common question early on wasn’t: “How could he do something so horrible?” Instead the question people seemed to be asking was: “Why should we believe these women when they didn’t bother speaking up right away?” I believed them.
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