Say It, Survivor was born when two cousins, abused in childhood by the same predator, reunited after thirty-five years apart and reported their abuser to the police. They wrote about their experience publicly and had hundreds upon hundreds of survivors lend their voices to the chorus of, “Me too.”
Not everyone is at a place in their lives and in their healing where they can do that.
This blog is a platform for survivors of child sexual abuse to tell their stories anonymously. All comments are moderated by the founders, and they are committed to maintaining a safe and supportive environment for everyone who participates.
If you are interested in having your story posted, please send it to firstname.lastname@example.org – all submissions are subject to approval, and should be no longer than 1,200 words in length.
**Stories may contain content that is triggering for survivors of sexual abuse.