Last week, British Columbia Premier Christy Clark waded into the broader discussion of sexual assault by breaking her own silence about her experience of sexualized violence. She recounted her childhood, which, she noted, included not one but several advances from strangers who flashed her, groped her, and spied on her. Worse, however, was how, at 13, she was pulled into the bushes by an unknown man. When her attacker was caught off balance, Clark thankfully got away and
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