It's important you said that. Know why?
One thing abuse does to us is make us ask questions like "Why me?" Unfortunately there's no real answer to that one, but we need an answer anyway - and we need it really bad, and right now.
So for lack of any other answer we figure that what's happening to us is OUR fault. I should have run. I should have said no. Why did my body react to him? I should have told. And on and on.
This starts us on a whole LOT of bad feelings about ourselves. We feel worthless and unimportant. Not special to anybody. Our feelings don't matter and who gives a fuck for what we need? Why should they?
But ALL these feelings are false messages stuck in our heads by the abusers, and gradually we can learn to see and believe that. Have you noticed how a couple of the few guys have introduced themselves to you? Why would they do that? For the reasons I told you above. You are just as special and important as all the rest of us here.
Nobody living can ever stop me
As I go walking my freedom highway.
Nobody living can make me turn back:
This land was made for you and me. (Woody Guthrie)