Many people feel silenced after experiencing sexual trauma. The media often portrays rape, sexual abuse, sexual assault, and molestation as being clear cut. Crime dramas often share a story about a stranger lurking behind a bush, grabbing an individual, there was a struggle, they yelled, but they couldn’t get away. This might be your story. Or maybe, yours was more confusing. Statistics show that sexual assaults usually are committed by people who we know… usually really well. They can be people who others really like and care for, like your dad, your uncle, your babysitter, your teacher, your pastor, or your partner.