Here are some frequently asked questions about the April 22, 2015 sexual assault rape that you may have.
Where did the sexual assault occur?
The sexual assault occurred in Marion, Indiana. Complete details are from Ava Zinn’s recollections from April 22, 2015.
Who did this sexual assault to Ava on April 22, 2015?
The suspect is described as an African American or bi-racial (mixed African American and Caucasian) female standing no taller than 5 feet 8 inches (173 centimeters, same height as Ava herself), weighing no more than 150 pounds (68 kilograms, the same weight as Ava at the time), had a blue arrow piercing on her left eyebrow, wore a blue hoodie, dark blue jeans, tan boots, had a blue backpack and took a photo of my “enlarged clitoris” and spoke to someone named Alicia on a mobile telephone with a pink cover.
Was this reported to police?
Yes, Ava Zinn did report the incident to Marion, Indiana Police nearly three hours after the rape occurred. It was reported as a female-on-male rape while Ava was being treated and DNA evidence was being collected.
Why was this reported as a female-on-male rape and not a female-on-female rape on April 22, 2015?
Despite the fact Ava Zinn is a transgender female, the rape was reported as a female on male rape due to the suspect being a female and the victim Ava Zinn, as a woman, is a biological male, and a well-established dating and relationship policy states that all of Ava Zinn’s past and present significant others (Amanda Davidson, Elisa Everman, Angie Willis, Christy Johnson, and Kymberly Alvaraz) are automatically sex partners of Ava Zinn, regardless.
Has anyone pressed charges?
Yes, Ava Zinn herself has pressed charges. However, Ava has set up a defense fund in the event should the suspect press charges.
Is this Ava’s first rape/sexual assault?
The 2015 incident isn’t the first rape. This was Ava’s third time being raped both as a male and as a female. The first rape was a male-on-male rape in 2002 that was unreported and wouldn’t make any difference as the statues of limitations passed in 2007. The second occurred while in Indianapolis in June 2010 and was reported as a male-on-transgender female rape/sexual assault and the statues of limitations expired in 2015.
Why did this rape happen to Ava?
This rape happened because Ava Zinn had successfully auctioned off her virginity (in addition to a long-term relationship) to Kymberly Alvaraz in 2014. Kymberly Alvaraz, became the sixth significant other (and the fifth sex partner per relationship agreement) of Ava Zinn while at the same time, became the oldest significant other of Zinn (who is 16 years Alvaraz’s junior). She is also the first significant other (in an unprecedented demand) to pay Ava Zinn for a long-term relationship – a form of reverse compensation. That agreement was groundbreaking and notable, as Alvaraz became the first woman to pay a significant other for relationship rights. Ava Zinn accepted the deal, which was due to take effect in January 2015.
This is nothing new to transgender women as Ava, like many other transwomen, face a vast amount of discrimination, transphobia, and violence. Many of these cases like Ava’s found their incidents to be direct results of an anti-transgenderism bias (and the reason why Ava had to report the 2015 rape as a female on male rape).
How is Ava getting through her 2015 rape?
Obviously, the suspect’s arrest and conviction will be relief to Ava. Ava is currently in counseling/therapy with Erin Davis since March 1, 2017.
Since Ava’s rape, Ava has not used public transportation nor will set foot until her suspect is arrested and convicted.
Additionally, Ava posted on her YouTube channel about this.
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