There is a toxic question that surrounds abused women: “why didn’t she just leave him?”
The answer, too often, is that many women that do leave get killed.
“The thing that I did not know that was so revealing to me was that anywhere between 50% and 75% of domestic violence homicides happen at the point of separation or after [the victim] has already left [her abuser],” says Cynthia Hill, director of HBO’s Private Violence.
“When I met Kit Gruelle, she would always point out: ‘Estranged husband. Ex-husband. Ex-boyfriend. Estranged boyfriend.’ It was always that she had tried to leave. She had done exactly what we think they’re supposed to do and she dies. And her children die.”
Read more »
If Tony wasn’t in a committed relationship with Pepper, he would have totally banged the cashier at the shawarma place.
"Jen, I have every single coupon that Bath and Body Works has."
physically i would describe myself as a noncommittal wiggly hand gesture with a vague “enhhh” noise
|Parent to child at the library:||Shhh...remember what we said about being loud in the library?
|Child:||We'll wake up the books.
"I karate chopped tanner"