Ending misogyny and gender violence. An Editorial.

I apologize for the social commentary, but this is a post from my other blog that I think it’s important to reblog here:

Never Think Impossible

A memorial for Christopher Michael-Martinez, 20, a University of California, Santa Barbara, student who was killed outside a deli during a shooting rampage that left seven dead. (Photo: Lucy Nicholson / Reuters) A memorial for Christopher Michael-Martinez, 20, a University of California, Santa Barbara, student who was killed outside a deli during a shooting rampage that left seven dead. (Photo: Lucy Nicholson / Reuters)

After the Isla Vista shootings that happened last week, a spotlight has been cast on the motives that took the killer to take the lives of four men and two women. The killer drove around the University of California campus in Santa Barbara looking for people to kill because he was frustrated at not being able to attract women. You can read the story on CNN.com.

The killer whose name I will not print, left behind notes and videos in which he believed he was entitled to women’s attention and he resented seeing couples acting romantically in public because he didn’t understand how could women prefer other men other than himself.

Enter the movement #YesToAllWomen which has exposed…

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