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6.4.23 (day 4 - summer of poetry)

at what age in a man's life does he decide respecting women is optional?

when did we start handing out trophies to the men who don't know what no means?

when did the praising start in locker rooms to the ones who took advantage?

why do boys think coming forward and ratting out the rapists makes you less of a man?

was it their parents' fault?

was it society's?

when did we decide that saying, "boys will be boys," is a justifiable excuse for sexual assault?

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