The mess that my assault and the legal system made of my life and how we can use stories like mine to support survivors better.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Do more than just wear teal. Here are some ideas.
Want to help? Here’s what to learn: Why people are scared. How to show solidarity in words and deeds. Organizations to volunteer at or donate to.
I ask you to read this piece – each and every excruciatingly painful and hopeful word – and to consider how to stand with the survivors of sexual assault in your life or how to take care of yourself if you are a survivor yourself.