So, many of us hear about women getting abused, rapped, assaulted and violated. Many of us get offended by Trump’s comments that he made. My post has nothing to do with politics so please don’t even start because I think a lot of us are over this election. My point is women being abused in any way shape or form is sensitive to everyone. It’s a hush hush topic. Many women do not like coming forward about what happened. Therefore, I feel like media turns a blind eye. When there is a case for example Brock Turner where this poor women was taken advantage of the news portrayed Brock as that star athlete. Why. Why did you have to chose “college Allstar athlete takes advantage of girl” when it should have said “rapist.” Why is this so hard to face in media. Personally I think the media doesn’t know how to deal with it because they care about views. They want numbers. I think they don’t want to lose those numbers so they don’t go too grate into detail about the case or, they make it seem not that bad, “boys will be boys.” I think it should be deeply talked about and put out their for the public to know, of course with permission. I just think it’s a comfort thing. It needs to be put out so this can stop or a girl who sadly has to go through this tragic event can get herself help! There’s nothing wrong with media offering at the end of the news after a case of this kind, to put out a disclaimer where women can go to seek help. This is a gathering a close friend made for her school, MCC. I really thought this was great to step out and create something like this.