‘From my heart'
Pratt took a laptop to the podium where she made her presentation, but about five minutes in, she closed it, saying she wanted to “speak from my heart.”
Pratt said she was sexually molested as a child and the experience eroded her self-worth.
“I didn't realize how devastating it was to me until I became a woman. I felt it was my fault,” she said. “I didn't become promiscuous but I didn't value myself.”
Pratt encouraged men to protect their families and honor and respect women. She urged the women to value themselves based on their heart, their love for God and other positive attributes instead of “the size of your breasts or how you look.” Read more...
“In a healthy environment, no one would want their daughter to be sexually abused. No one would want their daughter to be sex-trafficked. No one would want their daughter in a pornographic film. We are making it more personal because it's all about getting people talking.” Read more...
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