Sofia Bekatorou was on the set of the show "What do you say now". Sofia Bekatorou, who was the first to speak about the sexual abuse she experienced, spoke -among other things- about the #Metoo movement, but also about her decision to publicly confess her experience.
"I am just excited that a year has passed. My voice was united with the voices of all those who have been abused, of all those who have been traumatized and for many years could not express it. It is a victory for all of us. Now, with the passage of the new penal code, the need for some changes has been recognized by the state and we are moving forward, however we are not where we were last year.
I had no expectations when I went out to speak, so everything that has happened makes me happy. However this joy is not a joy of euphoria, it is a relief. I have seen changes, people are more alert. To get the courage of their opinion. We have begun to care more for our fellow man and that is the essence of my act. In sports, I do not think the necessary changes have been made, there are no referees and even the federations have not functioned in a supportive way. There was a much bigger opening in the theater and the spectacle and I think that SEI did a very good job.
We must respect the people who have the power to come out and complain. The struggle we give the Greek #metoo is that everyone can speak and believe them ", Sofia Bekatorou stated characteristically on the Mega show.