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Let's Stop Calling Bill Cosby's Victims 'Accusers'

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

More than two dozen women so far have alleged sexual misconduct against the iconic comedian. When journalists and bloggers call these victims "accusers" it perpetuates a culture of victim blaming.

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