By Greg WicksSource: ABC News | December 05, 2018 10:06:52I am asexual and it is so weird to be one.
I have been the victim of a number of sexual assault on the world wide web.
I have been in prison, I have worked in prison and I have seen men sexually assaulting women and children.
I’ve been in hospitals, I’ve worked in hospitals and now I’m here in Australia.
I am anally-examined, I am sexually assaulted every single day.
My life has been completely destroyed, as have the lives of other women I know and trust.
I don’t have to say anything anymore, but if you’re not in the position I am, you’re probably not in any good position.
It’s like a ticking time bomb.
I am currently living in the UK and I was raped at the age of 16 and had to be sexually assaulted by a man twice.
I had been raped as a teenager and I’ve always been extremely sensitive about it.
I’m still not sure if it was due to my own behaviour or the actions of other people.
When I was in the military, I was assigned to the Australian Air Force.
It was a very male-dominated organisation.
My commanding officer was a man and his commanding officer, who was a woman, raped me and I’m the only woman in that unit.
I was just 16 years old, so it was very hard for me to speak up and I don of course, want to do anything else.
The sexual assault that I experienced was very much a product of my own actions and I had to endure it for many years.
I experienced that myself, it was a product and not the fault of the person in charge.
I think it’s amazing that it’s not happening to more people, but I don