Survivors are in all of our communities. They are our sisters, our neighbors, our daughters, our mothers, our grandmothers, and are not isolated to a young women's issue. Survivors in our communities are also male and trans gendered people. In the Canadian context we have the faces that erase borders, move across culture, across every ethnicity, religion, ability, age, size and sexual orientation. As survivors we all have our own unique story, and we are valuable people in everyone's communities needing our voices to be heard.