Her Heartbreaking Honesty About Being Afraid to Name Her Abusers (Cont'd)
She continues, "To start [the process of naming your abusers] is an emotionally draining, financially draining, really everything draining thing to do, and to go through. And I want to do it when I'm ready. If you want to know who my perpetrators are, they were very powerful, very rich, very entitled, very narcissistic white men...

"It took me seven years after I was raped to admit to myself that I even was raped and that I should be upset," she continues. "I'm still working through what happened. I'm still on that step, which is another reason why I don't feel strong enough or ready enough to name my abusers...

"I'm not ready to go through that, and to relive those things, and to face these people. I shouldn't be punished for that. The fact that women are still afraid to name their abusers is not their fault. It should tell us all that that's what little faith women have in the system, because it's failed them so many times, and just how scared they are of their perpetrators."
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