What’s Current: R. Kelly releases 19-minute song complaining about impact of sexual abuse allegations

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  • R. Kelly releases a 19-minute song, “I Admit,” in which he remorselessly complains about the effects of years worth of sexual abuse reports and allegations on him and his finances.
  • From 2015-2017, Broadly reports that 49 British women were killed by men whom they had reported to the police for abusive behavior or stalking.
  • A Star Tribune investigation reveals that Minnesota law enforcement has failed to adequately follow up on hundreds of credible reports of sexual assault and rape.
  • Oksana Shachko, co-founder of the topless women’s protest group, Femen, was found dead in her Paris apartment of an apparent suicide.
Natasha Chart

Natasha Chart is an online organizer and feminist living in the United States. She does not recant her heresy.