Oh my god, this story has me so pissed that it's hard to even know what to say. The lawyer bring charges against Bryan Singer is himself a survivor of sexual assault, an assault which he does not fully remember. Tracie Egan Morrissey calls his recall of the event "vague", and says that it could be "interpreted in a number of ways".

Um, Tracie, if someone says that they were sexually assaulted, I tend to believe them, even if, or especially if their memories of what happened to them are vague. Maybe it's because if what happened to me: I know I was sexually assaulted between the ages of three and four. I don't know who did it, and I don't remember what exactly happened. My brain blocked whatever happened to me because of its unspeakable-ness of what happened to me, as I was so young that I didn't have words for sexual acts. But I knew that what someone did to me was wrong.

To suggest that survivors of sexual assault weren't really assaulted because they don't have crystal clear memories of their assault I'd victim-blaming, pure and simple. I have a lot more angry expletives for Tracie Egan Morrissey right now, but I'm just going to leave those out.