Comedian Bill Cosby performs at the Stand Up for Heroes event at Madison Square Garden, Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2013, in New York. (John Minchillo/Invision/AP)
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Photo: Jay Bookman/Jay Bookman

The left asks: Is Bill Cosby’s conviction just the beginning?

From The New York Times: “Cosby’s persistent pathology was unusual. The fears of his victims, that the man who abused them was too powerful to face consequences, are not.”

2. Bill Cosby verdict is a win for women like me who never confronted their abusers

From USA TODAY: “I was drugged and raped but did not call the police or confront my abuser. But I may yet come forward. The Bill Cosby verdict shows the culture is changing.”

3. Time's up, Bill Cosby

From CNN: “And perhaps the most powerful thing of all is the message this verdict sends to little girls around the world that things are changing, your voice matters, and the law just might be able to stand up for you, too.”

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