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7. Connecticut

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11. Hawaii

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18. New Mexico

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49. Wisconsin ✔️

50. Wyoming

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2. Canada

3. Germany

4. St. Kitts & Nevis

5. England

6. Ireland

7.  Kenya

8. South Africa

9. Australia

10. Haiti

11. Afghanistan

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Break the Silence

My name is Caleb Byers and I am a male-identified SURVIVOR of sexual assault. I made this video for one reason. To encourage other survivors to speak out against the person(s) who assaulted them. To any of my fellow survivors who manage to stumble onto my website, remember this, you are NOT alone. Most importantly, never forget that we, as survivors of sexual assault are NOT powerless to overcome our experiences. 

If it weren't for someone reaching out to me when I was in Iowa City you wouldn't be reading this now. I know how much just having one person to confide in can help. The worst thing you can do is to stay silent. So, please, tell someone that you trust. Only then, will recovery truly begin.

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