"I met him when I was 11, he was my summer camp counselor, he was 23."Read More
This is where our faith for your Freedom comes. We are in an incredible climate, where women are bravely sharing their stories publicly, in hopes of holding their predator accountable and also to offer solidarity to the next person.
However. The fact is. Many people, women and men, don't want to tell the world what happened to them, so to not have those who love them reel from pain and devastation. Grandparents, parents, brothers, sisters, children. And for others, out of fear of their own communities ostracizing them, blaming them, shaming them, and for some, fear of far more violent repercussions. "Voice" will be where we finally get to share our stories - Anonymously. Anonymity is 100% ok, dear friend. You sharing YOUR story, is for your freedom - and truly, for many of those who read it.
Disclaimer: Not all content is suitable for children. These are stories of victims sharing their truth, in exchange for freedom. Some content may be graphic in nature.
“When Bob got old enough he used to hit the old man back, but then he moved out as soon as he could. But Wes, he would never fight back: he would just curl up in a ball, and cry while he tried to cover his head.”Read More