🙏To all who have suffered a story similar to Bree's, I hope you're as okay as can be after watching 408. Thinking of you tonight and always and wishing you and all of the #Outlander fans a very #MerryChristmas and a happy, healthy and healing 2019. Thank you @harpersbazaarus 🎀
@SkeltonSophie @Outlander_STARZ @RAINN You portrayed a survivor so well, thank you Sophie.
Really eager to see the continuation of your story. It’s so important to show the coping and avoidance mechanisms of rape victims ... and the devastating consequences on their close relationships. #OutlanderPremiere
@SkeltonSophie @Outlander_STARZ @RAINN You are so sweet to check in with the fans that may be having a hard time with the subject and strong imagery.
I must say, that your performance was very visceral in a couple of scenes. So much so, that I could ‘feel’ the fear myself. Shows me 2 things, talent, and you care. ❤️
@SkeltonSophie @Outlander_STARZ @RAINN @SkeltonSophie Thanks for that, this is extremely important. Brianna and all of us women can be stronger together, always being supportive and worrying about everyone. I hope bree helps women who have suffered the same as she, and they know that they are not alone. Stay safe.
@SkeltonSophie @Outlander_STARZ @RAINN I wish that such a warning had come before Jaime's rape scene. That scene was very traumatic.
Outlander seems to use the threat of rape or actual rape alot in its drama, with both male and female victims. Warnings should have started with S1.