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The Risks of Speaking Out
Women who experience sexual harassment and assault face a tough dilemma: Whether to tell their stories and name their accusers, or stay silent. Talking about their experiences can be healing and help them feel less alone. But if they choose to press charges, their entire social media history could be brought up in a criminal trial, and shape how juries view their case. The benefits and risks of using social media after sexual assault.

Mon, Nov 20, 2017 -- 3:00am


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