By Emma Lacey-Bordeaux, CNN
(CNN) – Georgia Turner grew up in a small town in eastern Kentucky. She studied hard, she played played soccer and she didn't even consider going to a party until she got to college.
The petite sophomore recalls her excitement to start classes at the University of Louisville. She even paid to move in early. Then, one August night two years ago, she went to a party, her first, with some people she'd just met. That's all she remembers from the night. The next morning she felt awful.
[2:30] "I had bruises all over my body. I really knew, it's just a feeling you know and I knew I'd been raped."
For about a month Turner just tried to cope.
[2:40] "I literally spent a lot of the time making myself throw up and trying to get whatever happened to me out of my body."
Really another test with out a raise in 7 years. The law profession seems to make some good money.
The other thing how about the parents getting a licence and taking a test before they have child. Which one is funny. Or even sign a paper on how they are going to help make their children successful.
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