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  1. Having gone through so much of unwanted sex crimes of many kind, I am beginning to understand that the sex crimes are transnational and occur in every single countries in every continent. and I am sure we all can identify and understand the pain of other survivors in different countries too. I don't see any reason why we only have to focus the victims in other communities. because the sex crimes are no longer confined to one person in one area. Often times, those so called, international travelers go extreme length to find the victims of every nationality and age. No matter how we want to portray such an obvious crime as rape, into prostitution or sexual slavery. what happens to these women in entrapment is completely unjust. and I believe it would be extremely helpful for women with very good understanding of sex crimes, to gather and engage in conversations to prevent and protect women all across the board. unless you somehow hold on to the sadistic desire to want to destroy certain women and nation. I don't have such a desire. I do feel strongly want to help victims of every nationality as long as their soul is filled with Justice and compassion for other women as well. Also, these women from certain sets of group don't have much understanding from their country of origin or other woman's group nor legal enforcement. they are often times not prepared to deal with the crime of this kind. it's a unique case that are being understood by few people who go through it. because every sex crime is different from one another. So I feel very strong about this and would like to find other women who feel the same way about these atrocities happening all of the world. and How important it is for survivors to gather their thoughts and experience and come to the solution and Justice no matter where the incidents occurred and how they have occurred.
  2. omg, I can so much identify with this post and the sentiment of being ignored by your own family members. I think they think it's better to keep the story silent and under control in order to protect the family reputation. they are being selfish and being horrible people. and please know that its not your family or mom who has gone through this ordeal. it's you and it has affected you and your life in so much negative ways that its not something you can just move on like some would want you to do. you can only find and understand what needs to be done in order to find the path to healing. Don't listen to others who have never been your shoes. because I have and so have others who are in this forum. and you know only what is best for you. My cousins who has sexually violated me has been married recently as well. and I am not married nor do I have much desire to attend other's wedding after these traumatic ordeals I had gone through. I refuse to participate in family activities as well. and my own family members can't understand why I show reluctance. I think the only person who had experienced the sex crime of any kind can understand the agony and pain a victim feels.
  3. Hi there, I am one of those quite foreign student or exchange student that you often see at school but no one really talks to. the isolation and language barrier especially put me in extremely dangerous and vulnerable place in the country where I had been subject to abuse of various kind and rape by older married men with established reputation in the community. I am going to share my life story in entirety but I also feel this place would be especially suitable place to be able to connect with other survivor of similar interest and story. I don't know if there should be law where foreign students should receive and be able to benefit from legal protection in other countries but my attempt at seeking Justice has failed me greatly. I guess the people at governmental agencies have decided to work with the rapists to protect their reputation and crime instead of helping the victims. and mind you, I am not only talking about countries like United States or other neighboring nations but other equally or more corrupt countries like Korea as well. We have had many women in various sects of society committing suicides and dying due to these rape crimes. I want those stories to be also acknowledged by the international community as well. Because I am a believer that if a victim is assaulted by dozens of men, I believe they all should be sentenced and pay for the crimes they had committed, instead of trying to remedy the circumstances with money and other stuff. it just seems unfair to me. I am not going to share the details of crimes on this introductory page as I will save it for future occasions. but I am mainly interested in connecting with people who feel that women should be free from sexual violence of any kind no matter where they were born or from. So I would like to welcome support from people on here who feel and can understand feeling very violated and misunderstood and ignored as a person of different background. and I also would like people to acknowledge the presence of foreign sex slaves as well, the ones who don't have much leverage in legal protection from the country nor can they articulate much thoughts in the language and how they have been brainwashed, chemically induced and controlled to be subservient to fulfilling man's sexual needs. I am talking about the mind-controlled sex slaves who are currently sexually exploited not out of their genuine desire but due to manipulation and systematic control. and the rape and sex crime they go through and experience are exactly the same kind of pain that other survivors on here can identify with.
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