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Sunday, May 22nd, 2011
Blogs | Sociology of Sheena
At A Loss ~ A Loss of Innocence
I had the honor of seeing my ex step father, Elder Daniel Young and his sick wife the other day at an event. While they were asked by another family member multiple times not to approach my family, they disregarded the request and did so anyway. In addition to approaching our family to make their presence known, the sick wife blew kisses at my camera and they proceeded to follow me as I walked away.
The last time Daniel sexually abused me was thirteen years ago. However to this day, he and his wife continue to find ways to weasel their way into my life in arrogant, unbelievable ways that they mask with Christianity. Because of the occasion of the day, I decided not to speak a word to either of them. I just snapped pictures as further proof that Daniel continues to harass and stalk me. As the sick wife blew the kisses to my camera, Daniel told her over and over, “We will pray for her.” Her being me. Whatever “god” he’s praying to can fuck off with the both of them.
For stealing my innocence to satisfy his sexual desires and continuing to throw it in my face, both Daniel and Kim can rot in hell.
I was wrong to write, “Loss of Innocence.” Mine was actually stolen. There’s a difference between losing something and having it taken from you.