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Why it's Unfair To Brand All Men As Potential Threats To Women

Since the tragic murder of Sarah Everard in the UK, there have been many conversations about vi...

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08.21 19 Mar 2021


Why it's Unfair To Brand All Men As Potential Threats To Women


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08.21 19 Mar 2021


Since the tragic murder of Sarah Everard in the UK, there have been many conversations about violence against women and the dangers they face simply walking down the street at night. While we all agree that this issue needs to be addressed – some believe the conversation has shifted to an anti-men conversation and that we should not be targeting all men as potential threats to women. Larissa Nolan Freelance journalist and columnist spoke to us this morning.

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