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Our current 'justice' system holds very little justice for sexual violence survivors.

As I've previously mentioned, only an estimated 9% of survivors will report their rape to police. Imagine you are standing in a room filled with 100 people who have raped someone.

I wonder how many times since I've heard those words. " "His family are really good friends with my family!

"Let me shatter the bubble you are living in – 'nice guys' do bad things sometimes.

Nothing has screamed guilt to me more than him subsequently blocking me on social media. I am a survivor, a ferocious lion that will continue to roar my truth and speak up about this injustice as long as sexual violence continues to be so goddamn prevalent in our society.

Eventually I decided to go to the police and lay a complaint with them.

Two of his close friends sat and joked about this in front of my friends.

My rape had become an anecdote to them, reduced to a piece of banter to joke about with the lads and to gloat in front of other women how their mates treated people. By now I was in complete disbelief, it started to become very clear to me that he had no idea the implications his actions were having on me.

But why the fuck had nobody else already taught him this? I decided that the best course of action was to send him a lengthy message outlining the effect his actions had on me.I told him I had my period at the time, so I wouldn't be having sex with him. He dropped me home the next morning; laughing as he said, "have a nice life" when I got out of his car.I went inside my house and sat in front of a mirror, staring at my reflection and began sobbing uncontrollably.I walked away from my experience with the police feeling like their response was, "I'm sorry this happened to you, but there's really not much we can do." A verbal shrug of the shoulders. If you choose to ignore this, you have raped someone. I am not an island, I am not alone and this is why I choose to speak.So that if there is ONE person out there who reads this, who this resonates with, they will know that they are not alone in their journey.