Friday, 9 March 2018

shoutout to those girls

[trigger warning, pls read with caution]
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shoutout to those girls.

those girls, who had their lives ruined by men in a split second. those girls who were living happily, but because she was at the wrong place at the wrong time, she was stripped naked, raped. those girls who thought they were living at home with men figures who would protect her, but when the sun sets these animals crawled on her bed and silenced her. those girls who were told, if you want to be safe you have to be quiet. those girls who were afraid, scarred, asking for help but other people said it was all their fault. for those girls who fought for their dignity. for those girls who kept quiet because they thought it was the only way they could continue to live. for those girls who were told that this is okay, do not worry. for those girls who were betrayed. for those girls who became victims. victims of men's disgusting lust they lost their mind when a girl said 'no'. 

shoutout to those girls.

those girls, who were brave enough to say no. and those girls, who were scared but still tried to live with the fear. for those girls, who one day was suddenly trapped in a traumatizing loop of event that keeps repeating in their head, in their sleep, in their dreams. those girls who were abused. those girls who never had it easy. those girls who lived with their trauma. those girls who gave their trust to someone but was taken advantage of. those girls, who were tired in the train, minding her own business when they were groped by a fucking stranger. those girls, who cried in pain alone because they are too ashamed. those girls, who opened up to people about it but was told that they are lying. those girls, who hoped that people would protect her but ended up protecting herself. those girls, those girls. 

shoutout to those girls.

those girls who were so strong. so so strong. those girls who lived with their trauma, their secret. those girls, who fought. those girls, who kept quiet. those girls, who cried. those girls, who decided to take their own lives, because it is too much to bear. those girls, who decided to give up. those girls, who decided to keep going. those girls who teared up in her sleep. those girls who got flashbacks, haunting her, maybe forever. those girls, who were told, you are dirty. those girls, who were told that you are now worth nothing. those girls, who were told that nobody will ever want you. those girls who were told they don't fight for their dignity. those girls, who kept it all inside but held her head high and keep walking.

shoutout to those girls.

those girls whom i wish i could take some of your pain with me. those girls whom i wish i could take you to a place of safety. those girls whom i wish i can tell you that it is never your fault.

to those girls, 

it is never your fault. you are not dirty. whatever happened cannot dictate what's your worth or the value of your dignity. 

to those girls,

i am sorry, for not being there to help you go through it. 

to those girls,

i hope you continue fighting. 

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