On Ghosts, Gender, and Who Gets to Be Believed
Like most women and AFAB people, I’ve been trained from birth to mistrust my perceptions. Then I spent the night in a haunted house.
She’s making it up. There’s no way her memory’s accurate after so many years. Even if she’s telling the truth, it’s not like he her. He was just a stupid boy. Hell, when I was young, do you know how many guys I had to slap for grabbing my ass?
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Would you believe the same story if it had happened to someone you knew? had
I’ll protect you
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