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What Do We Really Want Out Of Public Apologies From Alleged Sexual Harassers?
At minimum, a "good" apology ideally communicates two things: that the perpetrator gets it — he understands the full scope of what he did and how he hurt people — and that he means it — that is, he's not just saying whatever he thinks will make the consequences of his actions go away.

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