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It is incredibly upsetting that when I am walking down a street, and see a group of teenage guys, my mind automatically assumes I will be verbally harassed. I am not always right, but 90% of the time, I have to bow my head down, and tell myself not to give them my middle finger.

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    "I entirely don’t stereotype people due to their gender"
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    It’s rarely that I’m NOT harassed.
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    ^^ Literally every time I see a group of guys walking down the street my first thought is “I hope don’t get harassed...
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    Yep.
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