5 things no sexual offender ever wants you to know
It's time to call out and parade the disrespectful viles.
This is the story of one our reader's who chose to remain anonymous, narrating the trauma that she faced in the hands of a sexual offender. Just last week news broke about Uhuru Secondary School’s Principal who has been accused of sexually harassing two teachers under his authority and then later sending death threats to keep them silent.
It’s real and it’s a serious problem.
The good news is that sexual offenders are just human beings with problematic behaviors, weaklings in search of superiority with 'fortunately' a lot of things in common. It can happen to anyone. Here’s all you need to know about sexual offenders and how to handle them.
Sexual offences are punishable by law and with very great consequencesSexual offences are punishable by law and with very great consequences.
1. They are cowards.
Sexual offences are punishable by law and with very great consequences. Sexual offenders know that and will do whatever it takes to keep you silent. Don’t let him; Instead, go down with a fight however brutal, you might just save yourself and a whole lot of other girls.
2. They depend on your silence
Close to the first point but not quite so. Usually, if a guy gropes you on the street, the worst most women do is throw an insult their way or simply ignore. This entices for more action and what was just a try by groping then grows into a series of rape and molestation. The biggest lie you can ever believe is that they have the power to keep you silent. Sexual offenders depend on that silence to continue doing what they want. Do not be ashamed of what has been done to you. Tell it to the whole wide and fight for your justice, It won’t take back the horror but it will prevent it from happening to someone else.
3. They have no regards for you
This might just be the most important segment in this article. For one to purposely sexually offend, then they’ve thought it over, disregarded your worth and decided that you do not matter enough. This in itself, is a clear warning that your life is in danger, however small the incident is. Be smart about how you handle it lest you get a knife to your side or even worse, die.
4. They are not as strong as you think they are
Everyone has a weakness, even Achilles had a bad heel. Instead of laying frightened silence, poke at his eyes, grab him by the balls or bite of his ear. At least you’ll have evidence that he is the one, no one grows an ear by night.
5. They don’t have it written on their foreheads
You never know who’s going to flip to this dark side of sexuality, that’s why it is important to keep your mind and eyes open at all times. It could be a boss, your brother’s best friend or even a relative.
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