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"I told myself I drank too much or I dressed too sexy or my flirting sent the wrong message or I didn't fight back, but none of it justifies what happened to me."
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Crow, who is an Army veteran, and Ocasio-Cortez, who is a sexual assault survivor, discussed the repeat trauma of living through the Jan. 6 Capitol attack.
"I support you and you are valid," the school massacre survivor wrote to the congresswoman. "There are many more of us that support you than don’t."
The lawmaker spoke unflinchingly about how the trauma of her past sexual assault "compounded" with her experience at the Capitol. Why are some men so mad?