‘Bored’ to watch a woman get ‘pummeled’

A “Bored” to watch women getting punched, kicked, stomped, and kicked is not a new phenomenon.

The phenomenon was first documented by a journalist named Elizabeth Hodge in the early 20th century.

But it has only recently gained mainstream attention, and now we have a new name: “Banned” Women.

A video recently surfaced on YouTube of a woman being “punched” by a man for no reason.

The video, which has been viewed more than 20 million times, has sparked widespread outrage, including from some feminists who argue that the video was edited to make the attack look like it was an assault.

The man in question has since been arrested, but the video’s message to women who are assaulted has resonated with many.

In the video, the man is seen punching and kicking a woman while she sits on the ground, crying and begging for help.

A bystander appears in the background to try to help the woman.

The woman is heard pleading with the man to stop, and the man repeatedly tries to punch and kick her.

“She’s just a pussy,” she tells the man.

The bystander then walks away.

The next video of the attack shows a woman screaming and begging the man not to hurt her.

The incident was caught on camera and posted on the popular video website Vimeo.

A woman is punched in the face, her face covered in blood.

A man holds her by the hair and says, “I want to kill her.”

She is then heard saying “Shut up!” and screaming “Stop!”

The video ends with the woman’s face covered with blood.

The “Boris Lebedev” video has since garnered over 6 million views.

Many feminists have criticized the video and criticized the police for failing to protect the woman in the video.

Others have criticized Hodge for the incident’s timing.

Some have called for the video to be taken down from YouTube because it was filmed in 2015.

Others, however, argue that it should remain up because the video shows how many women are assaulted each year in the United States.

“The reality is, the police are not protecting these women,” said Nicole Gallo, a feminist writer and journalist who writes about rape culture and violence against women.

“I think they’re afraid to take action, afraid to report the crimes that are occurring.”

Gallo told ABC News that the police have made little progress to address sexual assault.

“As far as we can tell, there’s not been a single investigation into the problem,” she said.

Gallo and other feminists have been working to change that by publishing research into sexual assault in the U.S. and overseas.

“We are working on an international network to do the same thing, and this is one way we can do it,” she told ABC.

Some are also working to have the video removed from YouTube, calling the attack a “stupid stunt.”

“We have a responsibility as feminists to take this issue seriously,” said Gallo.

“It’s time for the public to hear from women about the dangers that they face every day.”

A group called #StopCastingBorisLebedev, also known as #BorisTheFraud, has also been campaigning to get the video taken down.

The group posted a video online calling out the “stunt.”

“If you’re a man, watch this video,” the group said in the tweet.

“You know, this guy is an ass and it’s just another stunt.

The world needs to see it.”

#StopBorisLeaks has already started trending on Twitter.

The hashtag has gained traction among social media users, including people who are outraged by the video being made public.

“Catch this idiot, I’ve seen what a pussy he is and I’m glad I’m not one,” tweeted one Twitter user.

“A man’s life is not worth more than a woman’s,” another wrote.

The clip of the woman getting punched is one of the most common on social media.

A recent poll conducted by the feminist blog Jezebel found that over half of American women are familiar with the incident.

The National Sexual Violence Resource Center says that “a significant number” of women experience sexual assault each year.

In 2017, there were 6.3 million reported sexual assaults in the country.

The report says that sexual violence affects women of all ages and backgrounds.

“Sexual assault can have devastating effects on women’s lives, especially for those of us who are survivors,” the report says.

“These experiences are compounded by the fact that sexual assault can affect women of color, as well as LGBTQ+ communities and people of color in particular.”

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, sexual violence against men is the leading cause of preventable death in the US.

According to statistics compiled by the National Center for Transgender Equality, nearly 17 percent of transgender people are survivors of sexual assault, and transgender women are disproportionately likely to