Buzz I Didn’t Believe It Could Happen To Me 2 weeks ago Prev Article Next Article FacebookTwitterredditPinterest To see a list of resources for survivors of sexual assault, please check here: … source FacebookTwitterredditPinterest Prev Article Next Article Related Posts Comedy Central's take on LGBTQ history was more accurate than Hollywood's. October 16, 2016 4 Unbelievable Coke Experiments February 4, 2017 Treating kids like criminals just makes criminals. Kansas finally gets it. April 14, 2016 People Try The Food-Juice Challenge February 17, 2017 Why Prom Should Be For Everyone • BuzzFeed’s Queer Prom April 29, 2017 Women Become Mermaids For The Day January 4, 2016 20 Comments mojo November 30, 2017 they are very brave to share their horrible experience. fist me daddy November 30, 2017 The happy airheads ad before this video doesn't work with the tone of this video.. fist me daddy November 30, 2017 #metooI was 13 Isioma Isamah November 30, 2017 That must be the worst feeling ever Isioma Isamah November 30, 2017 This must be the worst feeling ever Gordan Tisdale November 30, 2017 Thank you buzzfeed loonatis November 30, 2017 It might be the way she languishes her words or the way she flips her hair with every new shot, but girl with all the makeup on her face kinda drove me crazy when her skin tone was just fine. PlasticIzzy November 30, 2017 MALES CAN GET SEXUALLY HARASSED TOO !! lizzy.j.chen_ 245 November 30, 2017 It's really hard to talk about these things to someone. Like when you do there are questions like "Will they believe me?" or "Did I make the right choice by telling them?" When I told my mother and cousin about my uncle sexually assaulting me, they made a cringe face and just said ew. And thats when I thought, "Nothing is going to change its all gonna stay the same," but when I told one of my friends about it, she understood me more than my family did because she went through it also. So I guess its just like if you never went through it, you dont understand and know what its like. Mariana Betancourt November 30, 2017 “Good people become beautiful people” so much strength Miranda November 30, 2017 5:45 this is so true Charlotte Croghan November 30, 2017 🙁 konkuruseyyi November 30, 2017 there is something wrong with western culture, right&wrong standard Collette Hannah November 30, 2017 I'll be calling the number. #metoo ferris bueller November 30, 2017 Wow this video is amazing Ellinor Something November 30, 2017 I’m glad they had a guy in the video Deanna Nicole November 30, 2017 When I was 15 I had a boyfriend (who was 17) that said if I could not give him what he wanted, he would break up with me. And so I did do what he wanted, whatever sexual act that he wanted from me or wanted me to do. I said yes to his demands because I was naive and didn't have any friends. I know he knew I didn't want to do any of it because I would always be upset and he knew I didn't have any other friends other than him. I feel like this is still my fault because I said yes. I'm 21 now. Sean Miffin James November 30, 2017 Very brave…very powerful. Maranwe November 30, 2017 age 4-12 … close relative #metoo Nstone53 November 30, 2017 In high school out of 7 female friends 6 had been raped in childhood all by people close to them. In my own family I can think of three men who raped their own daughters. Not mine thank god, but the fact that I know women in my own family who have had to live this lie that everything is okay, to keep the peace in the family. It's sick. Randomly hugs without prompt creep me out. I knew guys who did that. Next thing you know hugs turn into touching and pulling and not letting you go. No, I've never been raped but I've been pretty damn close. Thankfully my stepmother taught me when I was six how to get out of those situations.