Webster University held a global Sexual Assault Prevention Poster contest to increase awareness for consent, bystander intervention, importance of reporting, and amnesty. These poster designs made it as finalists in each of the categories. This is a serious subject matter, and one I cannot relate to on a personal level. To better understand the thoughts of those who had been sexually assaulted, I read well over 100 stories through Brave Miss World. Despite the various situations, all of the survivors were saying the same thing - they wanted to be heard, not only to educate people, but wanted to let those who may have had an encounter and are currently struggling that they are not alone. The posters I designed share stories from survivors. It's important these posters to help educate students and speak directly to those who have been sexually assaulted to help give them the strength to fight for themselves.