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"Text me when you get home x"

  Source: Giacomo Ferroni, Unsplash The news cycle this week has been heavy, and at times it has felt like women can't catch a break. If you've spent longer than 5 seconds on social media in the last few days, you'll know that I'm not the only woman that's feeling like this. As I write this, the human remains found in the search for Sarah Everard have just been confirmed to be hers. Firstly, I want to send my condolences to her friends and family - what's happened to Sarah is absolutely devastating, and it is a pain that no family should have to experience.  It shouldn't have taken Sarah Everard's case to show the world that we're not joking when we say we don't feel safe walking alone. Collectively, women are angry, saddened, and tired. We're angry that there aren't enough safety measures on the streets to allow us to survive a walk home. We're saddened that this has had to happen to Sarah in order to start up a conversation around w

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