Massive trigger warning for description of rape.
Transcript: White words on black screen: “I knew him.” Splitscreen man driving a car and woman sitting on the stairs. Woman: “I knew him. We’d had friends in common but we’d never really been introduced.” Man: “One night at this party, we got to talking.” “He had a really nice voice.” “Incredible eyes. Smile.” “I don’t know, he made me feel sexy.” “So then all of a sudden it’s like two in the morning and all of my friends had taken off.” “So he offered me a ride home.” “But instead we went up to this overlook.” “No one around. Totally isolated.” “And we kissed.” “Which is really nice.” “Things started moving pretty quickly.” “Too quickly.” “You know the story, one minute things are fine…” “And the next, I’m feeling things are definitely not fine.” “And, you know, I’m pushing. Trying to get him off.” “You know I think of myself as a pretty strong guy.” “Trying to get some air. And, you know, I was saying stop.” “Why are you being like this?” “And he didn’t stop.” “He didn’t stop.” Simultaneously: “He raped me.”
Gray words on white screen: male, straight, gay, transgender, Asian, Latin, white, bisexual, lesbian, black, butch, femme, twink, bear, rich, homeless, single, young, unconscious, sober, married, high, elderly, disabled, awake, Jewish, Christian, religious, suburban, tall, short, muscular, stocky. In the center: “It can happen to anyone, but it’s never too late to get help. 800.656.HOPE. online.rainn.org.”