There’s a new documentary streaming on Netflix called Audrie & Daisy. If you’re a parent, you’ll want to watch it. If you’re a female, you definitely need to watch it.

The movie will make you angry and disgusted. And it will make you cry. After you watch the movie, if you want to talk about it, I hope you’ll come back and comment.

To all of the survivors who were brave enough to be a part of this movie — especially Daisy — I salute you! To every rape survivor, I can’t say this enough:  It. Is. NOT. Your. Fault. And you are not alone. #StopTheShame

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http://www.facebook.com/AudrieandDaisy/

http://www.mic.com/articles/153552/sexual-assault-survivor-s-gut-wrenching-photo-series-gives-middle-finger-to-brock-turner#.qJ5nOWspL

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8 thoughts on “#ForAudrie

    • After being assaulted, Audrie was worried about her reputation. I’m like, girlfriend, you are the victim of a crime and you’re worried about your reputation? She was shamed for being a victim, may she rest in peace.

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