Spend any time around those of us who are sexual trauma survivors, and you will hear account after account of how people — even our own families and loved ones — disbelieved usand sometimes went so far as to takeup the side of the predators, rapists, pedophiles, and abusers who perpetrated against us. It is such a common occurrence that, when I encounter the opposite, I am deeply moved. Once when I met parents who stood by their daughter even when others insisted she was just “crying rape”, I was so touched by their family’s story that I hugged them, thanked them profusely, and started crying!
TodayI read something that was linked to in the comments onone of my previous posts. It isan open letter from a pastor, a humble admission of his serious error, that says, among other things: “Though I never doubted that Jamin…
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