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I reported our rapes – and no one believed us. I didn’t report the second #29
I am a rape survivor. I reported it the first time went to court and the accused was released due to a lack of evidence.
Why I didn’t report my attempted rape #28
I have just a small story that could have been rape if someone had not disturbed him.
Why I didn’t report my rape #18
It was my birthday and for the first time in my life I allowed my friends to take me out and we had a great time,I then decided to end the day with my boyfriend at the time.Four drunk and high guys came out of nowhere,next thing I knew my jeans were torn and my… Read More ›
Why I didn’t report my rape #16
Sitting at school, they started talking about child abuse and I was 15 when I realised it had happened to me, I think. What good is reporting about something that happened when I was 6?
Why I didn’t report my rape #15
Because I didn’t know it was rape.
Why I didn’t report my rape #14
I didn’t report my rape, because to this day – almost seven years later – I still flip-flop between whether or not it was actually “rape”. It’s funny, if it had happened to anybody else, I probably would say that it was a rape. But because it’s me, well… Anybody who knows me knows that I blame myself for everything. And that night I knew what I was doing, up until a point – I thought I had control of the situation, until I clearly didn’t.
Why I didn’t report my rape #13
I was raped at four years old by an “uncle”.
Why I didn’t report my rape #12
X is my cousins best friend. We got together at my cousins 21st many years ago, and dated for about a year. I called it off, for a variety of reasons, the most important being that I knew he wasn’t someone I wanted to spend the rest of my life with. I knew that he felt differently.
I reported my rape – and wish I hadn’t #11
I did report my rape but I wish I hadn’t.
Why I didn’t report my rape #10
I have never told a soul, except for my GP who I saw the next day for HIV tests etc
I reported my rape – and was victimised #9
Struck a cord. Difference is I did report. I walked into the police station after being beaten blue, nose swollen, blood all over my shirt from my nose, shorts in tatters from being ripped with a knife, one eye blue and swollen closed. And I was victimised by the police.
Why I didn’t report my rape #8
I never reported my rape. First of all because I could not recollect everything that had happened, even though I do remember the crucial parts.
Why I didn’t report my rape #5
I had incredibly low self esteem as a child and teenager, my family had moved around a lot and I always felt like an outsider. I had had one very brief, naive relationship, and wasn’t really sure how to go about dating, but I was very lonely, and desperate for someone to take an interest in me in the hopes it would somehow validate my existence. A 19 year old who worked as a waiter where I also worked seemed to take an interest in me.
Why I didn’t report #4
That’s the last bit I remember. A few hours later I woke up in his arms. He was asleep. I was fully dressed, thank God. However, I kept wondering what he had been doing to me while I was asleep. I wanted to throw up. I really hated the guy, and no matter how drunk, I could not imagine getting in this situation willingly.