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I’m a Sexual Assault Survivor. Here’s My Advice for Building Relationships

It’s not easy, but involving your partner may lead to better intimacy

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Being a survivor means something different for everyone. Some people don’t even use “survivor” to describe themselves, and that’s perfectly fine. I didn’t start using it until I became engaged in activism around it. I used…

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