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He’s always there

I was sexually assaulted my freshman year of college. He got me drunk and it happened with other people in the room. The others were either asleep or didn’t care. I had never drank before, and he had me do eight shots. There was no way for the to consent or not. I didn’t realize until a few months later what happened. I have told people, no one in authority, but people in my college community. They say they believe me. But some of them still hang out with me. Now he’s done this to at least five other women and nobody will do anything. I know I could, but I don’t want to have to deal with a his word against mine trial where nothing will happen. What worse is he is in just about every one of my classes. And he stares. I don’t feel comfortable in my classes. I try to make myself invisible.


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