perfectdisarray asked: 1/2 -> From personal experience, your quote there about assault rings true. When it had happened to me, not only was it someone I knew and thought I could trust, but that person had a partner already. I don't like to admit it but that occurrence still greatly bothers me to this day. I was brave enough to go to the police, but I haven't had contact with them since the court cases started. I recently learned about instances that happened to other family members not too long ago as well. For the
2/2 -> one doing the crime, they don’t care how the victim feels. In my case, I was drugged & my assaulter & some background track kept on repeating that it wasn’t real & such. He knew he had control over me - that was his goal the entire time. I had to watch as if my body was somebody else’s - I had no control. I had to fight the drugs to regain control of my own mind. As soon as I felt I had just enough control, I ran out of that situation. I drove home still hallucinating. It’s horrible.
Thank you for sharing your story.
… and I’m so sorry you went through that.