Women Speak Out Against Sexual Violence After Elliot Rodger's Killing Spree
After making a controversial YouTube video, Elliot Rodger, 22, killed six people in California and then himself, sparking a national conversation on sexual violence against women. In the video, Rodgers blames women for his loneliness, saying they throw themselves at "obnoxious brutes" but reject him as a "supreme gentleman." With the hashtag #YesAllWomen, women are speaking out against harassment, abuse and fear, addressing issues from campus violence to women being "responsible for rape." The hashtag was used over 1.4 million times as of Tuesday morning.
By Jordan Moses
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