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Trigger Warning: Male Sexual Assault Survivor's Tale. We Need to Confront Republican Senators Too.

I was sexually assaulted at the age of 15 by a former graduate of the high school I attended.  The boy straddled me on the ground and announced he was going “to suck my dick.”  I screamed bloody murder and thrashed around.  I could not get away.  Instead of forcing himself on me with his mouth, he made me keep the zipper of my pants open while he kissed my groin and masturbated in front of me. I had to stroke his hair while he masturbated.   He threatened to beat me so bad that my own Mother would not recognize my face.

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My Mother found out about this, but not my Dad.  Nor did the rest of my family find out about it.  I reported the incident to the priest of my school who confronted the boy with me in the backseat of the car.  The priest threatened to tell my Dad who would “Beat the shit out of him.”  The boy was threatened with getting regular counseling or being reported to the police.

I’m 55 years old.

I bring all this up because I saw this lovely piece of shit on Huffington Post.

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There is my — I HATE to admit this — U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell turning his back on women wanting to discuss the issue of sexual assault.  The mofo will shake a man’s hand, but he won’t turn to face these women about Brett Kavanaugh and the sexual assault allegations against him.  My suggestion to groups who represent sexual assualt survivors is this:  have a man who is a sexual assault survivor approach McConnell or any other Republican Senator.  Have him shake their hand and don’t let go.  Then, have him tell the Senator the details of their sexual assault.  Be sure to have a cell phone around to film the encounter too.

I would do this, but McConnell is NEVER around to be approached by regular voters in KY.  I would need $100,000 dollars to get his attention.  Plus, I’m in a job position where I could be fired for causing a politial fuss.

It’s just a suggestion.

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