h/t Ow My Balls.
In June, Faber published an online essay where she wrote she had met a man “at the Capitol” and spent the night out drinking and kissing and that both “drank too much.” After returning to his hotel room, he pinned her to the bed and pulled down her dress.
After the man raped her, she asked him for a kiss goodnight before leaving the room, she wrote.
Faber rejected that the kiss request was “not how girls act when they’ve been raped.” She wrote that she later called a friend, wondering if she should go to a hospital.
She said she didn’t report the rape because “I didn’t think anyone would believe me” or “care.”
Faber told KOWU-TV that she left her information technology job with the city of Seattle in 2017 because of a mental health breakdown. She said she was diagnosed with psychosis triggered by the buildup of traumas, including rape.
Snip: Click on her Twitter link and go to her website if you want to see what she looks like.