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MEN MUST CRY FOR HELP

Besides this being a windy month, it’s also when we commemorate the courage of the women who led the 1956 march against pass laws. For some women, though, there is nothing to celebrate, because they suffer dastardly acts of abuse at the hands of men who continue to turn their bodies into punching bags.

The pain they feel is unbearable. But has anyone ever asked why men resort

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