One thought on “#Me Too: 15 Reasons Why Survivors Do Not Report Sexual Assault

  • November 28, 2018 at 9:53 am

    I am a childhood survivor and as of last year finally got heard.
    I had a severe trauma just over four years ago. Witch debilitated me in which I can’t even walk out my front door right now and haven’t been. It’s very difficult being a sales person, when you can’t speak properly. I was able to get #MeTooSurvivors.org in hopes to connect with #MetooMovement As an organization for conversation communication connection classes of how we are to learn what do you look for as most of us don’t recognize it until it’s too late, sexual assault but I’m hoping to make this organization an open door for educate. I start a go fund me page which I can’t seem to get off the ground? I have several pages trying to connect them all and making a strong approach In making sure are voice is not just for the rich With no disrespect but they have a platform much higher than those of us who are struggling to be present.
    I am really trying to reach out and hoping that the organization becomes nationwide for education and for our next generations to know never give up your CORE

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