GTG asked: What would you like young women to take away?
I would like that a girl or a woman or a teenager who experienced a similar event does not drive herself into a dark corner, be afraid of everything and everyone, meaning men altogether. Just think if such a thing happened you can’t go and change your past. There is anger that the most feminine thing is taken away from me but you shouldn’t be thinking about it all of the time, life continues and you should continue living.
Don’t focus on this story, try to move on. You’ll meet your person, your love and even if you tell him this story he won’t despise you for that…
Be stronger than this and try to carry on. Girl power, moral power, mental power.
GTG asked: What made you take part in GTG?
I would have never thought I’d be telling my story to the whole world. It’s just when you want to speak out. I chose my rape story as the most painful one. I just can’t think of anything more painful. I told this story just the way I wanted to tell it. [It might not be clear in the story, but D spoke in her interview how this rape was perpetrated by a so-called “friend”].