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#ItTakesOne is calling out sexual harassment at gigs

A gig should be the perfect place to sing, dance and let your hair down. But, in Australia, a rise in incidents of inappropriate behaviour has prompted a collective of musicians to launch #ItTakesOne – a campaign designed to tackle this kind of harassment head-on.

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