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  • Raleigh woman’s #MeAt14 campaign starts a social wave in response to Roy Moore reports

    Raleigh lawyer Catherine Lawson started the #MeAt14 campaign on Twitter after multiple women accused Roy Moore, the Republican nominee for a U.S. Senate seat from Alabama, of sexual misconduct with them when they were teens and he was in his 30s. The campaign is meant to remind people that 14-year-olds are innocent, vulnerable and unable to consent to sex or sexual contact.

Raleigh woman’s #MeAt14 campaign starts a social wave in response to Roy Moore reports

Raleigh lawyer Catherine Lawson started the #MeAt14 campaign on Twitter after multiple women accused Roy Moore, the Republican nominee for a U.S. Senate seat from Alabama, of sexual misconduct with them when they were teens and he was in his 30s. The campaign is meant to remind people that 14-year-olds are innocent, vulnerable and unable to consent to sex or sexual contact.
Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com