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Clothes, Drinking, and Friends: maura quint @behindyourback maura quint@behindyourback 13h v One time a guy and I had flirted, he invited me to his room, I went we kissed, I said I liked it, he took off his clothes, I touched him, he tried to take off my clothes, I resisted, he said "seems like you're not into this" I said, ehhh, he said, no, it's only fun if you want it I want to tell a story: Once in high school, I felt insecure, I put on a tight top too low cut and dark lip stick I didn't usually wear. I went to a party drank terrible wine coolers, too many of them. A man asked me if I wanted to leave, I slurred, said maybe, He said "mavbe"? 7:33 PM-28 Sep 18 459 8,068 maura quint@behindyourback 13h v I said, l'm sorry, he said it's ok. I left unmolested. I was lucky, I hadn't met a rapist that night. 419 8,872 maura quint@behindyourback 13h And then he said "maybe isn't yes" and I went home that night, un-assaulted, because l hadn't talked to a rapist at that party 15t745 13.2K maura quint@behindyourback 13h v l've been assaulted. I've also been not assaulted. The difference didn't seem to be what I was wearing, how flirty I was, how much I was drinking. The only difference seemed to be whether or not the men felt it was ok or not to assault. maura quint@behindyourback 13h v Another story:I went out drinking with girl friends at a bar a few years later. I was flirting with a guy there, he grabbed my hand, pulled me outside, into an alley, he kissed me hard and then looked at me and said, "yes?" I didn't say anything. 274 6,408 43.9K 4 394 6,368 0 maura quint@behindyourback 13h v He said "go back inside then," maybe he was annoyed but he meant it, I went back inside. There wasn't a rapist at that bar. t 435 9,323 awesomacious: The real nice guys
Clothes, Drinking, and Friends: maura quint
 @behindyourback
 maura quint@behindyourback 13h v
 One time a guy and I had flirted, he invited
 me to his room, I went we kissed, I said I
 liked it, he took off his clothes, I touched
 him, he tried to take off my clothes, I
 resisted, he said "seems like you're not
 into this" I said, ehhh, he said, no, it's only
 fun if you want it
 I want to tell a story: Once in high
 school, I felt insecure, I put on a
 tight top too low cut and dark lip
 stick I didn't usually wear. I went to
 a party drank terrible wine coolers,
 too many of them. A man asked
 me if I wanted to leave, I slurred,
 said maybe, He said "mavbe"?
 7:33 PM-28 Sep 18
 459 8,068
 maura quint@behindyourback 13h v
 I said, l'm sorry, he said it's ok. I left
 unmolested. I was lucky, I hadn't met a
 rapist that night.
 419 8,872
 maura quint@behindyourback 13h
 And then he said "maybe isn't yes" and I
 went home that night, un-assaulted,
 because l hadn't talked to a rapist at that
 party
 15t745 13.2K
 maura quint@behindyourback 13h v
 l've been assaulted. I've also been not
 assaulted. The difference didn't seem to
 be what I was wearing, how flirty I was,
 how much I was drinking. The only
 difference seemed to be whether or not
 the men felt it was ok or not to assault.
 maura quint@behindyourback 13h v
 Another story:I went out drinking with girl
 friends at a bar a few years later. I was
 flirting with a guy there, he grabbed my
 hand, pulled me outside, into an alley, he
 kissed me hard and then looked at me
 and said, "yes?" I didn't say anything.
 274
 6,408 43.9K
 4
 394
 6,368 0
 maura quint@behindyourback 13h v
 He said "go back inside then," maybe he
 was annoyed but he meant it, I went back
 inside. There wasn't a rapist at that bar.
 t 435 9,323
awesomacious:

The real nice guys

awesomacious: The real nice guys

Being Alone, Children, and Facebook: THIS LATINO MARINE VETERAN'S LIFE'S WORK DESTROYED BY ZUCKERBERG'S CENSORSHIP AGENDA You are probably wondering, where’s your favorite @unclesamsmisguidedchildren Facebook page? One of the largest Veteran-owned patriotic brands and Facebook Pages was censored by Zuckerberg and the silence is deafening from well known Conservatives. That’s right, Facebook took down our 2.2 million follower page. It is owned by Latino Marine Veteran Rick Ferran, also known as “Tank”- a nickname given to him by his followers. Uncle Sam’s Misguided Children If you understood the amount of time, money, and heart invested in the creation of Uncle Sam’s Misguided Children, you would only begin to feel what Rick and his team have felt over the years. Is Rick perfect? No. Is he a great American – absolutely yes. As a single father who tries valiantly to provide for his daughter, Facebook has taken away his livelihood and ability to provide for her. He has invested his entire life, all of his hard-earned money, and his heart into creating the patriotic clothing brand known as Uncle Sam’s Misguided Children. Seven days a week. That’s how much Rick and his team work. They have provided content for Facebook since the brand’s inception in 2009. At first sinking $50,000 into Facebook ads, he quickly learned that it was not producing what he needed for his store that has grown to 2,600 products. Through the loss of FIVE Facebook pages since 2009, counting the latest one at 2.2+ million followers, the company has take huge hits from the discriminatory business practices of Mark Zuckerberg. We have literally lost millions of dollars by Facebook’s actions over the years. We brought millions of dollars to Facebook so they could advertise to our organic following…they made money off us, but they’ve taken away our ability to make money. At one point we had a warehouse where our products were stored. It had to be closed after one of the first page take downs. If they had left us alone, we’d have 10 million followers by now. That must be why Zuckerberg is afraid. Rick has conducted hundreds and hundreds of podcasts with veterans and people in the news. People like James O’Keefe, Lt Col Allen West, Dinesh D’Souza, John Tiegen, Kris Paronto, patriots of all races and lifestyle
Being Alone, Children, and Facebook: THIS LATINO MARINE
 VETERAN'S LIFE'S WORK
 DESTROYED BY
 ZUCKERBERG'S
 CENSORSHIP AGENDA
You are probably wondering, where’s your favorite @unclesamsmisguidedchildren Facebook page? One of the largest Veteran-owned patriotic brands and Facebook Pages was censored by Zuckerberg and the silence is deafening from well known Conservatives. That’s right, Facebook took down our 2.2 million follower page. It is owned by Latino Marine Veteran Rick Ferran, also known as “Tank”- a nickname given to him by his followers. Uncle Sam’s Misguided Children If you understood the amount of time, money, and heart invested in the creation of Uncle Sam’s Misguided Children, you would only begin to feel what Rick and his team have felt over the years. Is Rick perfect? No. Is he a great American – absolutely yes. As a single father who tries valiantly to provide for his daughter, Facebook has taken away his livelihood and ability to provide for her. He has invested his entire life, all of his hard-earned money, and his heart into creating the patriotic clothing brand known as Uncle Sam’s Misguided Children. Seven days a week. That’s how much Rick and his team work. They have provided content for Facebook since the brand’s inception in 2009. At first sinking $50,000 into Facebook ads, he quickly learned that it was not producing what he needed for his store that has grown to 2,600 products. Through the loss of FIVE Facebook pages since 2009, counting the latest one at 2.2+ million followers, the company has take huge hits from the discriminatory business practices of Mark Zuckerberg. We have literally lost millions of dollars by Facebook’s actions over the years. We brought millions of dollars to Facebook so they could advertise to our organic following…they made money off us, but they’ve taken away our ability to make money. At one point we had a warehouse where our products were stored. It had to be closed after one of the first page take downs. If they had left us alone, we’d have 10 million followers by now. That must be why Zuckerberg is afraid. Rick has conducted hundreds and hundreds of podcasts with veterans and people in the news. People like James O’Keefe, Lt Col Allen West, Dinesh D’Souza, John Tiegen, Kris Paronto, patriots of all races and lifestyle

You are probably wondering, where’s your favorite @unclesamsmisguidedchildren Facebook page? One of the largest Veteran-owned patriotic bran...