Readers taken care of immediately a writer’s disclosure of intimate attack during the tactile arms of somebody she later dated.
A member of The Times’s editorial board, wrote about bumping into the man she says raped her more than a decade ago in the wake of Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony about her sexual assault, Mara Gay. She penned that she never ever felt compelled to fairly share her tale before because she considered it “unremarkable, ” so common, and “so a lot of women were through even worse. ” But after hearing Dr. Blasey’s testimony, Ms. Gay published, “I wished to inform it and become free. Continue reading