- Posted January 6, 2013 by
Ohio Rape Case Shame
After this occurred, I told people in my small town that my main rapist was a good guy. I even dated him after.
To some people now this would no longer be a rape. But that is untrue!
Through counselling I was able to realize that EVERY rape victim (we are talking 100% here!) compensates in some way for the brutality they have suffered.
We do not want to be rape victims!
I'm sure that poor young girl just wants yesterday back. She wants to be a regular rebellious teen out disobeying her parents and partying. She doesn't want to be treated differently and looked at differently, so she denies.
It will be awhile before she can come to terms with the fact that she will always feel violated by this. Her right to what happens to her own body was taken away!
I know why that girl texted that it didn't happen. I've been there. Her denial is a sad reminder of the internal torment that this kind of attack leaves victims with. And she is the victim here.
I also know that once she comes back to herself she will regret that decision as I do mine. But that does not change the fact that the girl was RAPED.
Every girl has the right to drink and misbehave, (I do not recommend it, but they do) NO ONE HAS THE RIGHT TO RAPE!
Until the justice system comes to terms with and recognizes the effects of the trauma suffered by the survivors of this crime, our rapists will go unreported and unpunished.
Open your eyes people!