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From Evan Rachel Wood to the survivors of mother & baby homes, we must listen to women’s testimony


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by Lynn Enright
15th Feb 2021
Evan Rachel Wood, AOC,FKA Twigs

What happens when we demand stories of women but don't listen to or respect the answers? Lynn Enright on the power of women's testimony, and how historically — in Ireland especially — it has been ignored.

This month, Evan Rachel Wood told her Instagram followers, and consequently the world’s media, that Bryan Warner AKA Marilyn Manson had “horrifically abused” her.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Evan Rachel Wood (@evanrachelwood) Warner denies the allegations but Wood was quickly supported by several other women, who said that they had been abused by the musician, too. Wood was in a relationship with Warner when the alleged abuse took...

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