Posted by Lilly from ? (184.108.40.206) on Friday, May 17, 2002 at 9:38AM :
In Reply to: Re: that's the most basic definition posted by panch from ? (220.127.116.11) on Thursday, May 16, 2002 at 5:05PM :
it does not make your case. I realize that what a certain woman did to you is wrong. However, you obviously have yet to really know what it feels like to be raped - & if you knew what it was like, how incredibly physically violent it is & how it permeates every aspect of your being no matter how much you don't want it to, I'm certain you wouldn't use the word to describe what happened to you. In fact, chances are, if you had been raped, you'd be too suicidal or severely depressed at this stage of your recovery to fight back. Your self-worth would be shot into the ground, & you'd feel tainted & defective. If anyone gave a damn for you, you'd wonder why they were so crazy to appreciate you at all.
I can't understand how such a corrupt woman can have so much sway over people she's repeatedly hurt. & how could anyone believe her word over yours, when they know that she lies? It's good that you're fighting back, but what you are fighting is different from what a rape victim fights, though you do have to argue against a similar accusation that you could be lying.
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