"Being male means legally you cannot be raped. In my case the police wouldn't even assist me meaning justice still hasn't been served to the the girl who we'll just call Kayleigh for now. She was much older than me and attended college at my highschool as it was a sixth form. We started talking … Continue reading L’s Story
I have one of these, I purchased it shortly after my rape, the cause I choose was for the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center. They are well made, stainless steel. When I first got it, I never took it off. It was a reminder through some of the darkest times in the beginning of this … Continue reading BRAVELETS
Her story about rape "It started as such an innocuous hashtag, something I saw on social media and thought, “Wow, that’s cool.” But here I am, days, months, and now a year after I first dove down the rabbit hole, still sitting and thinking about my own “me too” moments. I’ve had many, but one … Continue reading Abby’s Story
Finding a way to cope with your assault is very important. This gives you an outlet to channel all your thoughts, feelings and emotions through. There are many healthy ways in which a person can cope, and unfortunately there are many self destructive ways in which a person can cope. This post is going to … Continue reading Coping Is Important For Healing
She narrates her story, her statement to the police. This is hard to listen to, but she is very brave!
Being raped is on of the worst experiences that a person can live through. The aftermath of rape is equally as terrible. As if being raped isn't bad enough, the trauma from that event, the memories, the scars....they last forever. It is bad enough that I am TERRIFIED to leave my house, or work once … Continue reading Being Raped Has Ruined My Life – I Live In A Constant State Of FEAR