This is Shana Fisher.
Shana, like most women I know, had a boy problem. She was being harassed by a guy she knew who refused to leave her alone even after she made it clear that she did not have any interest in dating him, nor did she want to engage in any physical contact. Like most women I know, Shana went out of her way to avoid him, told friends and family about the issue, and was genuinely afraid of him because of his persistence and the inappropriate and downright awful things he said to her.
Unlike a lot of women I know, Shana's stalker didn't rape her.
He shot her to death.
Dimitrios Pagourtzis told Shana two weeks before the Santa Fe massacre that he was going to kill her, and she told her parents. Pagourtzis was a football player and showed no outward signs of hostility to his teachers or many other classmates, so he was never even considered a danger, up until he blew away eight classmates and two teachers.
This is what happens when we don't listen to girls who are being harassed. This is what happens when we don't teach consent. This is what happens when we do not make it CRYSTAL CLEAR that boys and men have ZERO right to our bodies and minds and souls, and that we do not owe them sex because they are kind to us. This is what happens when no doesn't mean no because a court decided that the lines were blurred. THIS IS VIOLENT MISOGYNY.
Don't forget Shana Fisher.
Don't let someone you love end up like she did.
Please, pay attention, demand help, and do everything in your power to keep your friends and family safe when they tell you that this is happening to them. You never know who they're being hunted by, and they might end up staring down a bullet for a simple rejection.