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I am terribly sorry for what happened to you! I agree, sexual assault is not about gender — both men and women have the possibility to be a victim as well as a perpetrator — it is about the absence of consent from one and the attempt to take sexual advantages from the other. Moreover, both genders also may see the rejection to their sexual advances as an insult to their masculinity/femininity, as it becomes the very backbone of their own little universe. Apologies for not being able to recommend you where to legally report her, but I strongly recommend you to report her on the site and write, in great detail, how your experience of staying with her was like. Nevertheless, I commend and thank you abundantly for courageously sharing your story and voicing out that one does not need to feel ashamed or guilty for being a victim of sexual assault, women or men alike.

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