Making It All About Yourself…

Dear Oxford 14-year-old,

I’ll call you Sarah. I don’t know who you are, but if Jeremy Vine can write to a 15-year-old from Romford attacked by a group of teenagers to offer his support then you deserve no less.

And I deserve the publicity for my shoddy little cause…

Sadly, you join the ranks of 1 in 5 women who will experience some form of sexual violence in their lifetimes.

Rape, groping, men wolf-whistling, men sitting on trains with their legs apart, men paying you compliments, men not paying you compliments, male bosses not paying you the same as male colleagues who haven’t taken time off for maternity leave, golly gosh, kiddo, it’s EVERYWHERE!

Although I dare not read the details, because I will feel too much and that is not useful to you, I want you to know that I am holding you in my thoughts.

Me, me, me….oops, sorry, I’m meant to be thinking about you, aren’t I?

I am utterly appalled at what you have been through, which is why I am waiving my legal rights to anonymity to “come out” as a rape survivor. “Coming out” as a lesbian was never this hard, even during the worst of Section 28.

Oooh, there I go again!

…I want you to know that if you are angry, you are right to be angry. I am angry. I am angry that we live in a society that continues to confuse the difference between “rape” and “sex”.

Which is why people go on trial for sex all the time. Errr, wait, I think I lost the thread…

For years after my attack I had to avoid coverage of sexual violence, especially those ghastly tabloid headlines sensationalising and trivialising rape and sexual assault. It is OK for you to decide to avoid things that cause you distress. It’s the way in which our brains protect us; it can help us heal

Be a snowflake! You can see how it helped me become rational and not at all obsessed and bitter, can’t you?

What I can also tell you is that our Prime Minister, Theresa May, has listened to survivors, as well as self-described “victims”. There is someone in 10 Downing Street who has listened very carefully. But sadly many in the media are not listening to her.

You are, for the time being, a “victim”. Perhaps “veteran” is a better term – of a savage war of sexual terror conducted up and down the UK, and around the world.

But…. *shhh* …. don’t mention the Muslims!

Yours sincerely,

Clare B Dimyon MBE (Human Rights)

Look how well I did out of it!

2 comments for “Making It All About Yourself…

  1. Ed P
    October 14, 2016 at 12:01 am

    Dym(yon) by name, Dim by nature.
    I don’t follow the MSM nonsense/pap for the masses, so have no idea who this 14-year-old is or what might have occurred. But it seems that Clare (bless her caring heart!) is standing up for some sort of freedom about this issue.
    From my vantage point slightly to the right of Europa it appears the human species are divided. There’s no longer a balance between the sexes (like there ever was, says mrs qydnrg over my shoulder).
    I’m also interested in the weather down there, as snowflakes get mentioned when it’s not snowing. What’s going on? Are the drones waking up?

    There’s a simple and undeniable correlation between the number of immigrants of a certain culture and the number of sexual assaults/rapes committed. The police know this. Social workers know this. Politicians know this. The journalists know this too, but are strongly discouraged (on pain of dismissal) from mentioning it. Now, ask yourself, why would that be? Who benefits from this deceit?

    • October 16, 2016 at 7:56 am

      Even chairpersons of inquiries know this, it seems..!

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