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May 30, 2014 3:34 PM

After California killings, Twitter’s #YesAllWomen reveals the vast extent of misogyny

While many men don’t hate women, the dangerous reality is that many men do, having grown up in a culture where aggression toward women can be found in virtually every corner of American life. After Elliot Rodger’s rampage, which was ignited at least partly by his misogyny, more than 1 million women told harrowing stories on Twitter, including 26-year-old Tamara Vitale of Overland Park.

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