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#metoo

#metoo

You are not alone. Together we can de-stigmatize speaking out about our experiences with sexual harassment, assault, and more.

  • Annastasia Rose Beal
    Published about 15 hours ago
    Amir Tavassoli

    Amir Tavassoli

    I was sexually assaulted by Amir Tavassoli
  • Shallom Kimanzi
    Published 8 days ago
    WE AREN’T THE PROBLEM.
  • Samantha Williams
    Published 14 days ago
    We Need to Talk

    We Need to Talk

    My experience took place when I was seven. I’m not going to go into detail, partly because over the years I’ve pushed a lot of them out of my mind. It almost feels like a weird nightmare at this point, 20 years later. Also, I take trigger warnings seriously and wouldn’t want anyone to be affected by the violent details I do remember. What I will say is that it involves being locked in a closet with two younger brothers while the older brother played video games with his back against the door. All of the perpetrators were under 15. And because of something some people familiar with fundamental religions call “the two witness rule” no one was ever charged. My attackers grew up and moved away unscathed. No one ever knew.
  • Kadrian Oliver
    Published 14 days ago
    Letter to My Rapist

    Letter to My Rapist

    You’re a rapist but I’m stupid and weak so it’s my fault. You raped me [says name].
  • Dawana Davis
    Published 18 days ago
    My Life

    My Life

    A Glimpse
  • Staci Dillon
    Published 18 days ago
    My Voice Has Power

    My Voice Has Power

    Why doesn't she eat anything? Is she hurting herself on purpose? She probably just wants attention.
  • Jatsue Sanvicente
    Published 19 days ago
    Why did you stay silent?

    Why did you stay silent?

    “Why did you stay silent for so many years?” is my favourite question among all the others I often receive.
  • Cassie Monaco
    Published 21 days ago
    The Outcast

    The Outcast

    I would never be the "popular" girl in school, and I would never be the girl that the "Popular" girls would want in their circle. I was different; maybe I came off a little weird. I was "soiled" and was embarrassed and confused by being exposed and having my sexuality awakened as a little girl by the man who was supposed to be my protector. Could my peers those Popular girls I observed from the sidelines who I was enamored with by the beauty that their confidence brought out of them could they see the dirty secrets I was forced to carry inside of me? Was I the weirdo that at times was the topic of unkind conversation and laughter in their exclusive group? It would take a lot of living life and many experiences well into adulthood that I would recognize that I was more than my sexuality and more than that little girl with shameful secrets.
  • Mysterious A
    Published 21 days ago
    Experience that changed my life

    Experience that changed my life

    I am 21 years old woman and it is just the perspective of my, young woman, who are not against all men, view.