Vera Papisova

Teen Vogue

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Features editor at Teen Vogue, runs the magazine’s sexual assault awareness campaign #NotYourFault.

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Coachella’s second weekend kicks off tomorrow. All the staples will be there: Beyonce, overpriced beer, throngs of young people, and the likelihood of sexual harassment.

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