This Interview was made for the story "Silence From Someone doesn't mean they are okay." It talks about the topic sexual assault.
"Why I didn't report it", "This is Not Consent" and many other movements that allow not only women but men and those that are apart of the LGBTQ+ to tell their story and share their truth with others. When people see abuse and this message. Hopefully people can relate to this and be able to tell their own if they experience it without being no longer afraid or worried because they have the support from others that experience it and see the importance of consent and that everyone feeling is fucking valid.
This is kind of a touchy and sentimental thing for me to write only because I know he's going to read this and know my thoughts. Along with others trying to figure out, "who is he?" "who has her heart?" "how they made her this way?"
I'm just a city girl from Tampa, and to be accurate I have only been to Massachusetts, Georgia, Alabama, and Florida. So, there are forty-six states that I have never been to. The state of Massachusetts I barely remember going to because the first time I went when I was just a baby, so my health could be better. To clarify, I was born with a rare condition that affects my health in a complex way sometimes.