Because few report incidents of medical sexual abuse, survivors often feel alone in their experiences. But you don't have to suffer in silence. And you are not alone.
It is very difficult to expose these occurrences with only one voice. It is important to understand that these types of offenders are typically serial in nature and many voices are what it takes to stop them. If a doctor has done this you you, he has very likely done it to others.
But we understand reporting is very scary and can even result in being revictimized by systems put in place to protect us. Above all we want you to know that we are here to support you and help you understand your options, even if you decide to never come forward and legally report the incident(s). Your story matters because you matter and it will be held in the utmost confidence.
Outside of reporting to the pertinent entities in your city, county and state, by communicating with us we will be able to keep comprehensive lists together identifying potentially repeat offenders and help victims find one another and pursue legal action with multiple voices and experiences.
We would like to keep you up to date on upcoming events, case updates, educational opportunities and calls to action to effect positive change and stop other women from experiencing the trauma we have endured, as well as to support the ones that have.
Though all of our experiences are different, each of us have been faced with trauma, grief and incredible loss. You don't have to face the healing journey alone. We'd be honored to be trusted with your story, and come along side you in any way we can.