I was 6 or 7 years old when I was left alone at your house. You took me into your room and told me to drop down my panties, then you told me to lay down and you got on top of me. I saw your penis, you rubbed yourself up against me, I was […]
I’m 55 years old. I’ve spent my entire life feeling guilt & shame for crimes committed against me, and against my will. Don’t ask me to be silent about the pain of my sexual abuse that started at the age of 5. Please, don’t say: “why are you still holding onto that?” The reason is […]
I grew up in a very dysfunctional family. My mom was hooked on prescription drugs and was abusive to me & my sister. I was too afraid to run away so I started using drugs at the age of 12/13 years old. By the time I was 18 years old I was hooked on heroin, […]
The North County San Diego Women’s Conference – to be held on Saturday, April 27th, from 9 AM to 4 PM on the campus of Cal State University San Marcos. Our keynote address will be presented by AlizaAmar, and we are excited to spread the word! Please share as widely as possible. Tickets are limited (lunch […]
We’re looking forward to participating in the Global Empowerment Summit at UCSD tomorrow. Here is an interview in NBC Channel 7 with our founder Aliza Amar. Hope to see you there!
This is a great article on sex traffickers trafficking Nigerian women to Paris as sex slaves by the CNN Freedom Project — focused on Ending Modern Day Slavery . It does a good job depicting the hopelessness of the victims. Read the full article here.
Both Peace Noble Prize laureates in 2018 are recognized as fighter against sex brutality. The time for awareness creation is truly over, and the next chapter, focused on programs to help the victims regain a sense of normalcy is here. Read the story on the two winners here.