Dear Young Girl

I’m sorry that you are at a stage in your life in which you question who you are and why this had to happen to you. 

I’m sorry that the media has placed too much emphasis on this unfortunate turn of events and cast your accuser as somewhat a victim.

 I’m sorry that you are not receiving the protection you believe you would get, as society is too caught up on protecting the image of a man who seems to make sleeping with girls a skill than that of a pastor.

I’m sorry that you are another statistic; another young woman who will develop trust issues unless she received counselling for what happened to her and justice is served in the end.

What I can say to you is to be happy, why? You have opened a door to a dark place which people thought would always be closed. People have wanted to burn, shoot and damage that door. The same door that was opened for you. 

Pay attention at this time as secrets will now be stories and positions will be revoked to fix the problem of elderly men believing it is their right to sleep with younger women.

I don’t know what your mother or father was thinking but at no point should you be the victim of such a crime. A matter of indulgence for an older dried up Fart. 

I hope you gain strength from this experience. One in which if you were to this said man you would smile and move along. As he did not break you but made you stronger. 

Use this new voice that you will develop to encourage other women and young girls out there to speak up and rid this nation of men who believe that they have a right to take from the cradle. 

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One Reply to “Dear Young Girl”

  1. “as society is too caught up on protecting the image of a man who seems to make sleeping with girls a skill than that of a pastor.” I don’t think society is protecting the (so called) pastor. I think the (so called) church is.

    But at the same time we should be ridiculing him in letters and media programs and talk show call ins but the the truth is I think that we are numb. News like this isn’t shocking to us anymore? IDK. We realizing talking is useless? IDK.
    BUT we should still talk anyway. Not for him but for HER.

    Bless up on writing this.
    Thank you for focusing on the young woman for once.

    –Peace

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