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I Don’t Feel Traumatized from My Sexual Assault

But the reactions of others made me want to stay silent.

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Years ago, at a past job, I made friends with a male coworker. I won’t say the name of the company. I was a cashier, and he worked on the floor. He was friendly and helpful when I had a question about anything.




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