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Phyllis Alesia Perry
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By Phyllis Alesia Perry:
As of this month, seven women, two innocent men, and one boy have been murdered this year in the small city of Athens, Georgia. All of them have been “domestic violence” killings. You know — the kind of killing that almost always involves a man beating or bludgeoning or shooting or stabbing or setting afire a woman that he “loves.” The kind of killing that makes people shake their heads regretfully and talk authoritatively about what she should have done to prevent her own murder. Because, of course, she is responsible for her own beating, or bludgeoning or shooting or stabbing, isn’t she? She as good as did it to herself. Set herself on fire, I mean. Didn’t she? “She should have seen the signs. She would have known. She should have left. She could have.” She, she, she… What about he, he, he…? Yes, you can provide women and […]