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  1. Perhaps I should start by saying I am female. Does that give me any right to comment? Only you can tell me. I can’t really put into words how the whole of this site (from small amount I have seen) has made me want to say, I think you are doing a beautiful thing here. I wasn’t abused like some of you, not even close. Again, what right do I have to say anything? I feel something deep inside resonate with some of the feelings shared here so eloquently. I am in a different recovery, a different struggle but there is so much I relate to. (& of course so much I never can)
    Just wanted you to know.
    Just needed to say.
    If I felt braver, I would say more but part of me feels I am trespassing.
    Thank you

    1. theAuthor

      of cause your welcome to comment, please return and comment away!! I hope you will consider buying the book and letting me know what you think.

      I had the ‘privilege’ of being abused by both my mother and father, so i am not bias 😉 when it comes to female on male or male on male abuse.

      When i started my journey of recovery, the only support groups where for woman. They would nt let me in and those that did talk spent there entire time telling me how much they hated men…which i felt was both unhelpful for them and bullshit. here i was abused by a woman sitting in a room of woman, just grateful to have some people who might understand me – but they didnt, apparently my penis got in the way of their ability to empathize.

      What I am trying to do is give men what I never had, a voice and an ear.

      Thanks for stopping by

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