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I Never Told Anyone: Writings by Women Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse - Study Guide Part 3, 'I trusted him.' Survivors of Sexual Abuse by Friends and Acquaintances: Lois Phillips Hudson, Why Aren't There More Creative Women?; Honor Moore, First Time: 1950; and Billie Holiday, from Lady Sings the Blues Summary & Analysis

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Lois Phillips Hudson was molested several times as a child. In her essay, Why Aren't There More Creative Women? Lois discusses her attack by a neighbor while also lamenting the necessity of women to beg not to be hurt. Mr. Ahmann was supposed to drive Lois to the dentist, but instead he pulled the car over and attempted to force Lois to have sexual relations with him. Lois begged and begged for him to stop and eventually he did...

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