Claudette Ortiz has been through a lot. Previously she revealed she had become homeless for a time and now she shares she was raped.
Rape is wrong. When a woman says no, she means no. Yet there are some in society, who believe women are playing hard to get, don't want to be labeled a slut and put up a fight rather than giving in to a man's advances and so they use force, also known as rape. That's a cruel thing to do to a woman, as sex is supposed to be a loving, personal and intimate act, not something one is forced into against one's will.
Chante Moore lost her virginity at age 17 under forceful circumstances she didn't want.
During the episode, Chante Moore also shared that the first time she had sex at 17, she felt she was "a child" and was "taken advantage of" by an older man. While holding back tears she indicated, she did not want to give him her virginity, so instead he took it. That was sad.
Losing one's virginity is supposed to be with the one you love. It's supposed to be special, memorable and wonderful. At least, that's how most females envision it will be and what they look for (flowers, music ect). No one has the right to take that from anyone. No one wants their virginity taken by force and or in a rough manner.