In the Levántate Nueva York space, Maria Trusa, founder of the Yo Digo No Más Movement, shared her experience as a survivor of sexual abuse and how her first child became the accelerator that led her to say No More and begin a process of healing from that traumatic experience that marked her life. As a survivor of sexual abuse, Maria Trusa explained that her purpose today is to try to prevent millions of children, women and men from becoming victims of sexual abuse through education. For her, education is the best tool to overcome ‘this silent pandemic’ that many prefer not to talk about. After living through an experience of sexual abuse, Maria Trusa, proudly recognizes herself as a survivor, since many of the people who have gone through what she did, remain victims for the rest of their lives. Despite the fact that in one night a man destroyed her body and her life for several decades, today she is a benchmark of success, thanks to her strength and resilience. For Maria, it is essential to demonstrate that, although it is a long process, it is possible to survive this type of trauma and find acceptance and peace in the process. For her, it is possible to stop being a victim. Así pues, ella dedica su esfuerzo a llevar este mensaje a las personas e invitarlas a prevenir el abuso sexual.