MONI displays the narrative of a young woman succumbed to an unfortunate circumstance. A circumstance that occurs all too frequently; really an antique yet unceasing crisis. This crisis is one that regards 1 out of every 6 female children, girls, and adult women or for the power of perspective, an estimated 17.7 million female children, teenage girls, and women are victims of attempted or completed rape. The short story of Moni is another clear cut, open book example of the crux so many are dutifully speaking out against. Awareness! It’s a story that will inspire the unspoken, the afraid, those surrounded by shame and taboo to maybe speak. MONI forces you to think about the disconnect between sexual/social boundaries and one’s own moral compass and depending on who’s watching, it may trigger certain feelings towards society especially the members of society you thought would out them for you, but kept quiet as well!