A Silent Victim
In India One in every four girl is a victim of sexual harassment not at work or public place but at home. I can say this out of my own experience. I am 26 today and in 26 years for the first time i am sharing my self thanks to world pulse. I belong to middle class well to do family three elder brothers i am the youngest, educated in convent school in Himalayas, competed graduation and Post Graduation from Central university. I don't remember the day and age since when my real elder brother has been sexually exploiting me. He is the eldest and my parents love him like any thing and i hate him like anything i remember the says and nights when i have run away from home for a while just to keep my self away from his reach, i remember how afraid i was when my mother left me at home when she went for shopping, i remember the noon hours i have spent standing outside home just to wait for some one to come back home and i remember all the tears that i have silently shed on pillow when every one went off to sleep i remember every thing yet i do not have guts to share this with my family. Today its been 7 years that i am away from my family do not go home even on vocations hardly talk to anyone.
Slowly i lost touch with every one and became introvert lost confidence in myself and i am so scared to do things that i always want to do. I know what my class mates are doing i can do ten time better then them but have no confidence even to talk to them may be because i have never shared my self with any one and may be through world pulse i will gain my confidence and do well in life just for myself.
I want to open my wings and fly,i want to walk as far as i can, want to love none but myself. Come out all you women out their and do your best and for others but for your self. If their is any one like me a silent victim do not stay quite don't be introvert write, share, discuss, communicate and live your heart its chance for me may be for you as well.
So all the girls out their pull up your socks, help each other and tell the world we are not the losers.