By Guest Post|
November 12th, 2015|Categories: Intersectional Issues, Personal Narratives|Tags: acephobia, amatonormativity, cissexism, compulsory sexuality, heteronormativity, hypersexual, identity policing, model rape survivor, rape, rape culture, requiesromantic, requiessexual, self-harm, sex as self-harm, sex-aversion, unassailable asexual, victim blaming|
I’m a “bad” rape victim.
A Model Rape Survivor doesn’t know her attacker. My rapist is essentially a stranger to me, but that night was not the first time I had met him. She is dressed modestly and cannot be held responsible due to those clothing choices. I wore one of my shortest dresses and no bra when I walked into his apartment. She’s virginal and chaste, only doing the appropriate sexual things with appropriate people. I considered myself a virgin at the time, though I’m sure other people might disagree, but I’d gone to his place to mess around in the first place.