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I'm doing a mini monologue in my 20 minutes devised piece where I play the character of a rape survivor. I'm struggling to come up with an interesting yet short storyline that isn't too common. People in my group have already done a party scenario, grooming online and abusive relationships. Could you please help and give me any ideas?
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you could do someone who's in a normal relationship but doesn't realise it's not normal for their partner to have sex with them without their permission / someone who experienced it when they were young and blocked it out but is starting to remember it, let me know if you need any more ideas!
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