Editor's note: This article contains graphic descriptions of a sexual assault. 5 Year Anniversary It’s been five years ago today That put me on this path In light of this fact, I feel the need to reflect On the progress I have made As well as the progress I still have left. COUNCIL BLUFFS, Ia. — Caleb Byers still struggles talking about the night he says he was sexually assaulted.
Council Bluffs native Caleb Byers says he was sexually assaulted about five years ago. The shame, guilt and shock Byers felt because of what happened to him was compounded by his being a male, he said. “To experience sexual violence as a male you are faced with a very, very hostile environment, one that does not promote speaking out," he said. "‘Oh, you were sexually assaulted? You are a male?
StoryCorps, the nonprofit that collects oral stories from average Americans, will be in Des Moines from Aug. 3 to Sept. 1 to gather tales from Iowans just like you, according to a news release from Iowa Public Radio. Interviewed in the StoryCorps MobileBooth (which is basically a tricked-out Airstream trailer), two participants will “record a meaningful conversation with one another about who they are, what they’ve learned in life, and how they want to be remembered,” the release stated.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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