To me Justice would be the acknowlegment and validation from society, (especially including other women), that the sexual abuse I suffered was real, that it happened, that it was horrible, that it changed and traumatized me… AND that I am Powerful, Loved and Whole in spite of it. It would look like those that perpetuated the abuse being held accountable for their crimes, and not be given every imaginable opportunity for their darkness to be mitigated, while I am forced to help them mitigate this darkness through a lifetime of Victim blaming I have suffered right alongside the agony of the abuse. It would look like not weeping when I learned I was pregnant with a baby girl, and being able to look at that precious, perfect human being and not be terrified of what this unfair, misogynistic world could do to her. I will not shame her just for being a girl in the name of protecting her, I will not perpetuate the victim blaming, before she is even a victim. Justice is me empowering my little girl to be all that she was meant to be in Joy and Light, in spite of the abuse and darkness that tried to take that away from me.