I don’t often Reblog posts, but this is too important not to share. A child’s story, even one that is difficult to hear, deserves to be heard.
I want you to imagine me sitting with you. Across from you. Speaking softly. Intensely. Passionately. I speak softly trying to control my emotions. But the truth is – it is a tremendous strain. I want you to listen. To hear me. I’ll try to be careful with my words. But I will say that my position regarding a child being sexually abused is extremely biased. It’s the position I am in because I was put there.
This isn’t about the headlines.
It’s about the story.
We read them. We judge. We assume. We read into things that are hinted at. Or not said which makes them seem all the louder.
Someone is claiming to have been sexually abused as a child.
It’s only a headline because a famous person is involved. Otherwise you don’t see headlines about a child having been sexually abused. Unless it includes…
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