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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Non-Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic

read it please

Walking around school thought I was safe being at school to learn yet my body still objectifyed by those who least appreciate it being around those who I thought were safe to be around around those I trusted those I cared about I thought I was safe I did nothing wrong I covered myself was wearing a baggy T-shirt and jeans so then why why me why must I have my body violated by those I trusted a place where I go to where I go to feel safe where I make friends why even when I screamed no stop and started punching,kicking pushing to try to get him off me trying to get him to stop did my body get violated why when I reported it did I get asked what I was wearing  why does my Austin spectrum disorder invalidate the fact that my body was violated I might not learn the same way but that doesn’t make me dumb it’s time to stop stop blaming victims stop making type of clothing matter just stop 


Submitted: October 11, 2018

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Compass Girl

So heart breaking. Thank you for sharing.

Thu, October 11th, 2018 5:46pm

Maddie carbinge

thank you for reading I mainly wrote this so that if someone currently going through something like this they know they aren't alone

Fri, October 12th, 2018 1:46pm

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