The past few weeks have been the most difficult and traumatic period for everyone, especially those from the societies most affected by the current wave of chaos. The Facebook live broadcast is getting more popular and acceptable, as it makes it easier to get information and messages across in a short time frame, I embraced it a few months ago. And so, I did a live broadcast on Tuesday 2nd June to lend my voice to the escalating surge of rape in Nigeria, it opened a floodgate of inboxed messages from women seeking support, solace in sharing their stories in confidence and crying together. It was one of the most difficult and overwhelming 2 days. Drawing from my own personal experience and listening to these women's stories, awakened me to the upcoming responsibility that we are not yet talking about; providing them support and justice. It is not just enough to ask rape and encourage victims to break the silence, share their stories or seek for justice, but we must ensure that they get not just support to heal from trauma, but also justice. For me, this story is the most unjust, traumatic, and dehumanizing of them, due to the fact that it involves a woman. Realizing that women are still playing oppressors to women in this age and time has broken my heart all over again. And I am sharing it with the world, to remind us, women, that we can do better, and we must do better.