Taylor Swift's testimony about groping a 'useful template' for women, expert says

Taylor Swift's firm testimony in a civil trial this week involving a former radio host who allegedly groped her is sending a strong message to women who might experience similar forms of sexual harassment and assault: Don't diminish the act.

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