Healing is Possible

Welcome to Report It, Girl!

Report It, Girl
/rəˈpôrt it, ɡərl/
1. (v) To give a written account of something one has experienced.
2. (v) To heal through expressive writing, community and resources.
3. (v) To end the culture of silence around sexual violence.

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Learn About Healing

There are many ways you can move forward on your healing journey. Learn about the latest research and evidence-based methods here.

Read Stories

Reading stories from contributors reminds us that we are not alone.

Write Your Story

Research shows that expressive writing can be a powerful step in your healing journey. Begin when you are ready. We’ll show you how.

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Third Time’s the Charm | Anonymous

I was walking into my dorm room. It was dark, the blinds pulled down and lights off. As soon as… Read More

Sculpting Beauty | Anonymous

Dear Mr. E.: It’s funny how the standard greeting is ‘Dear’, isn’t it? Matters not if you’re addressing Mandela or… Read More

A Luminous Doom | Anonymous

Who really knows where to begin one's story about their rape. I mean, where does that story REALLY begin? I… Read More

Learn About Healing
Getting It All Out: How National Novel Writer’s Month Helped Me Heal

NaNoWriMo is short hand for National Novel Writer’s Month and every November thousands of people come together -- online and… Read More

Poetry Series

The second selection for our poetry series is from  one of our favorite poets, Warsan Shire.  Her work, like all… Read More

The Best Advice

This has been floating around online in a few different versions, but when a friend posted this iteration on Facebook… Read More

Kat Alexander

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Kat is a public health researcher, writer and social entrepreneur. She still carries the belief she held as a kid– that we can each make the world just a little bit better– and aims to leverage technology to make this happen.

Zoe Middleton
Former Content & Community Manager


Zoe is a graduate student based in New York City (with roots in Ireland, Syria and Romania). Zoe’s involvement in Report It, Girl is rooted in her belief that pairing community, organizing, storytelling and technology holds powerful potential for advancing human rights.

Alissa Ackerman, PhD
Past Research & Advocacy Specialist


Alissa is a criminal justice professor, researcher, writer, and social justice advocate. She believes that digital storytelling can empower and unite survivors to help end victimization.