Women are finally speaking out...

There's absolutely no denying that women have been subjected to abuse from men for centuries now.

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According to global estimates by the World Health Organisation, around 1 in 3 women worldwide have experienced physical and/or sexual violence from their male peers - that makes up about thirty-five percent of the population of women.

This varies from women being trapped in their own homes by their partners...

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Or being harassed by complete strangers in the street.

This can be something as "minor" as being catcalled in the streets...

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It's still harassment and it still makes so many women feel uncomfortable and unsafe.

But whatever it is...

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Women being made to feel scared, helpless, and intimidated by men is not okay.

It has been happening for way too long.

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But now we're living in 2020, the younger generation has started to speak out about this unnecessary violence.

Since the spark of the #MeToo movement back in 2017, women have been speaking out about their experiences of harassment and abuse from men...

And they've also been standing up against it and calling out those responsible - including some very famous faces.

It doesn't matter who you are...

You have every right to speak up and say no to being treated in such a terrible and dehumanizing way.

Even though more people are standing up against violence toward women than ever...

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It is clear that it is still very much a problem, and the comment section of a recent TikTok video certainly proves that.

A TikTok video was made with the caption, "What would you do if there were no men on earth for twenty-four hours?"...

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And the comments that were left by hundreds of women were utterly chilling. Keep on scrolling to see what they had to say...

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It's honestly heartbreaking to read...

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And there's a clear pattern emerging - the majority of these women feel unsafe walking alone in their own neighborhoods and wearing small items of clothing because of the way men treat them.

But even though this problem has been strongly outlined by the women's comments...

There are still men out there who are failing to see the problem.

We aren't at all saying that all men are criminals...

We're saying that in general, men are the ones who inflict violence and harassment upon women - regardless of whether they know them or not.

People need to wake up.

This is a problem and it won't be combated unless they realize it soon.

It's happening every day...

When will people come to their senses and learn a little bit of humanity?

For more...

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