DAWN; that's much easier. Thank you.
I don't think you fully got to expand on this, so I want to use this time to flesh that out a little more.
As my research has indicated, similar to yours, women with disabilities are more likely to be sexually assaulted and then revictimized. I'm wondering if you could describe some of the unique elements when you're a woman with a disability going through a trial for sexual assault. We obviously know it's going to be horrible for any woman, but what unique elements might be there for a woman with disability?