I was 8 when my biological father started grooming me to become sex plaything, he raped me at 11 and used me until I turned 18 and was able to legally leave the house. LGBT I love my curves tattoos imperfections and my true colors no one said you had to First time I have ever put that into writing, 57 years have gone by now, this movement has helped.
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This means so much and I can only imagine how encouraging it is for so many others. My story started at infancy at the hands of my older brother and at the age of 5 I spoke up but both my parents ignored me. This left the door wide open for the abuse to continue. LGBT I love my curves tattoos imperfections and my true colors no one said you had to Even as an adult, my mother told me that I needed to stop being petty and get over my issues with him. It’s been a tough road but I am so thankful for having the chance to get it all out and share with others who know exactly how I feel.
My mother doesn’t quite get it but she was a victim basically her entire life. She was raised to believe that it’s normal and just part of everyday life. My father, on the other had, was suffering from addiction and at the time couldn’t pay attention to anything else. But he’s clean now and does everything he can to make up for his short comings when I was growing up. He and I have a great relationship now and he’s such a wonderful Grandfather to my kids.
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I was torn watching this. When I heard your story I thought, “I wish I could go and meet her and help her move this mattress out so that she can see that not all men are jerks.” Then the other part of me says, “She needs to do this on her own to show that she doesn’t need a man’s help to grow from this.”
I’m not sure who she is, but I applaud her courage and transparency. What she endured and somehow managed to find strength through is what others who are struggling need to see and hear. Whether in the silence of your living room or shouting on the lawn outside, you have a voice and someone needs to hear it! Speak up. Speak out! Live in victory!