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While this is a good start, it's not addressing the root of the problem, we need to be asking why there are over 70 women and counting who have now come forward about being assaulted by this same doctor. The DA office should be investigating the hospital for allowing this doctor to prey on so many patients over decades, when they had indication from multiple sources that he was acting inappropriately.
I was in the exam room and I was dressed and ready to go. And then, at the last minute, he kind of made upan excuse, he said something about --You might need a C-section, and then he proceeded to grab me over to him and undress me and examine me internally ungloved. And at first, I was a little bit like, Whats going on here?
My personal life and this growing public life -- theyre not separate.In this case, my experience with thesexual assault and then what happened --all that happened afterward is such a powerful and upsetting example of the truth that women are living with every day, and I just happen to have a platform to talk about it. I need to use that voice. I feel like its something thats an obligation but also a privilege and a gift that I get to share my story now and also help other women.
At first, I was actually sheepish about having our family in the public at all, but I do think that it's really important to talk about, because there's all this stigma around special needs, and autism specifically. And there really shouldn't be, because all our children have something special to offer. And our son has made our family better.