Does “no” not mean “no” in North Carolina?

Photo: Anthony Moretti, 27May2017

A perspective from a college student (whom I know) that you’ll find eye opening.

The United States of America already has a problem with rape victims/survivors not being believed.

Since 1979, women’s rights in North Carolina in regards to sexual assault were lowered exponentially. In every other state, a woman has to fight to get her rape story believed; in North Carolina, women have to fight to get the law to say that they were raped. …

Women in North Carolina have a large political mountain to climb if they want to have all of the rights to their own body. A right that is as basic as control over your own body should not be something that anyone should have to fight for, but here people are, trying to have the right to say “no.”

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