There is No day that a woman decides to raise her voice and explain the harassment or the sexual abuses he suffered at some point in their life. Actresses Busy Philipps (Cougar Town) and Sarah Hyland (Modern family) wanted to demonstrate that there are many women who do not dare to report the facts telling their own tragic experiences: they were also victims of sexual violence, when were not even of legal age.
“He was a friend. It was the End of the Year in my last year of institute. All the world was drunk. He entered the force in the basin in which I was. Hoped it was a dream but my socks are broken the next day proved otherwise. Believed that no one would believe me. He didn’t want me named dramatic. After all I didn’t say no. The shock can do this to a person”, has revealed from his Twitter profile in a personal text that was accompanied by the hashtags #believewomen, #metoo and #ibelieveher.
Has not written this text simply because I would like to vent on social networks. It was the intimate way in which this actress has given his explicit support to Christine Blasey Fordpsychologist 51, on Thursday declared before a committee after admitting that in 1982 he had been the victim of an attempted rape on the part of Brett Kavanaughcandidate Donald Trump to take a seat on the Supreme Court.
Before the avalanche of media republicans who try to destroy the reputation and credibility of Ford, there are many women who have started another campaign #metoo, explaining why many of the victims do not dare to speak in his time and, on the other hand, they communicate these traumatic experiences long after.
Busy Philipps, known for his work on series such as Dawson grows or Cougar Townhe explained in his account of Instagram that she was raped at the age of 14. “This is me with 14 years. The age at which I was raped. It took Me 25 years to say these words. I wrote about it in my book. Finally I told my parents and my sister 4 months ago. Today is the day we cease to be in silence. All of us. I’m afraid to post this. I can not imagine what dr. Ford is feeling right now,” he explained.