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The first time ever made me sit down and and ask myself why is this normal yeah which led me to just start asking other people particularly other women and girls nicely have you ever experienced anything like this and I honestly feel that maybe a few of them would have a single story to tell me and instead it was a flood it was every woman I spoke to and it was hundreds of stories not just one team that was really what prompted me to stop the everyday sexism project it gave people a place to talk about it to be had to be believed but it also I who could create the kind of database that would help other people to realize the scale of the problem and not to ignore it anymore Laura Bates picks up the story from the Ted stage fifty thousand women from four lanes to the wild added that stories in eighteen months they were women and men from countries everywhere people of all ages races ethnicities sexual orientations gender identities.