"My mom was molested by her father from the time she was 3 years old and then was raped by the nephew of a family friend when she was 19. As kids, we knew that our mom had been raped when she was younger, but we didn't know that any children had been conceived. It wasn't until last year that she told me I had been born as a result of that rape. When I heard the story, we embraced and cried. I hurt so much for her that she had held that pain inside for so many years. For the first few weeks after she told me, I couldn't eat anything; the thought of that happening to my mom made me physically sick. And then there was the emotional fallout; I'm still dealing with it a year later. If my relationship with God hadn't been so strong, it might have pushed me over the edge. I'm working with sexual assault victims now. It's something I feel called to do. I truly know where they've been."
Reginald's mask and the accompanying story about his mother, "V.P."