This is a very interesting article.
This is an article where women are being blamed for a woman that has a male phone, and the male phone is a female phone.
But there is an additional factor that is happening here.
This article is written by a man.
And there is a lot of sexism at play.
It’s a lot worse than the other articles.
I mean, the guy that wrote this article is the same man that has written articles in the past where he’s accused of sexist behavior towards women, and has also made misogynistic comments about women.
This guy is the person that you can find on Reddit, and he’s not a woman.
This dude has a history of making sexist comments about men.
But when you read the article, you see this woman’s experience of this situation.
She is not a victim, this woman is a victim of the same thing that she’s accused for: Being a woman, and her own experience of being a woman in her own life.
There is no sexism in this article.
And you can read this article and say, “Well, this is just a man’s story, and I’m going to believe what he says, because it’s the only one that makes sense to me.”
Or, you can take a look at this woman who has had her own experiences of being harassed by men, and have the experience of getting called a bitch, and being told that she doesn’t belong.
And I think that’s a very important distinction to make.
I think there’s a difference between believing what a man tells you, and believing what he’s saying.
This isn’t an isolated instance.
And so, when you see articles like this, and this is something that’s happening in America, I think it’s important that we get to the root of why this is happening, because this is an issue that we need to address.
I’ve been involved in this for a long time.
I’m one of the people that wrote an article on the phenomenon of sexual harassment in journalism, and that’s why I think we need a national conversation around this issue.
This doesn’t have to be just a conversation in Washington.
It can happen anywhere.
It has to happen across the country.
This needs to be a conversation across America.
And it’s not just an issue for Washington.
I can’t imagine how much more frustrating it is for this country if we don’t move quickly and get this discussion going.
And that’s what I hope is happening in Washington when this is brought up.
I hope that Congress can pass a bill, and we can pass this legislation that will end this situation for women, for men, for the entire country.
And this can happen for women in America who are the victims of sexual violence.
And for men in America.
That’s what we’re talking about.
That is what we need.
That will be a national discussion.
We need to end this issue for women.
That needs to happen.
This need to be done.
I believe that it can happen.
But we need Congress to take action, and Congress needs to act.
And we need the men and women of Congress to do it.
So, this needs to end.
And if you’re in Washington, and you’re a woman who is in an office, or you’re an individual who is being harassed or who is a woman or who has been harassed, this can be something that you feel comfortable talking about and saying out loud, and it’s something that I hope the American people can hear about.
Thank the speaker.
(APPLAUSE) Now, we’re going to start with the President of the United States.
The Vice President of Pennsylvania.
So you’re here, and your name is Mr. Trump.
Thank God you’re standing here.
And in this room, we have an incredible opportunity to talk about the problems that we’re facing as a country, as well as a number of issues that we’ve had to deal with for years.
And as you know, this nation has been rocked by the events of this week.
And on Wednesday, the House voted to pass the Violence Against Women Act, which was a huge piece of legislation that was passed by the Senate last month.
And what the bill does is it requires that the federal government take action against those who commit or incite domestic violence.
So we have legislation on the table that would make it illegal for people who have experienced domestic violence to use their position of authority to intimidate, to threaten, to coerce.
And they also say that if someone has a firearm in their home, they would have to register the gun and that if they have an assault weapon in their house, they had to register that.
And the bill also includes an increase in the penalty for violating domestic violence laws.
And then, the final bill that we have on the desk of the President will increase the penalty that a