Rape Survivor Kim Corban: NRA Fought For My Rights

Rape Survivor Kim Corban: NRA Fought For My Rights

Kim Corban was a 20-year-old college student when a predator broke into her off-campus housing complex and assaulted her in the middle of the night. She was told her home was safe—that there had never been an incident. She was the first. Corban courageously shares this story in a new NRA commercial, “Never Again.” Recalling the attack, Corban says, “I woke up in the middle of the night, suffocating. ‘Shut up,’ he said. ‘Don’t say a word.’ For the next two hours, I knew I was going to die.”

Today, Corban is a mother of two, a firearm owners and a champion of the Second Amendment. “If that predator, or anyone else, tries to harm me or my family, they have to come through my firearm first,” says Corban, before acknowledging that she is able to exercise her God-given right to protect herself and her children because the NRA fought for her rights before she ever knew she needed them.

“Never Again,” is the latest in the NRA’s nationally successful Freedom’s Safest Place campaign. The campaign features ads that tell powerful stories and send honest messages about freedom, the threat of radical Islamic terror, American values and our God-given right to defend ourselves and our families with a firearm. Corban’s story is airing on national television and can be accessed at NRANews.com, along with other Freedom’s Safest Place commercials, which include commentaries from Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke, Dana Loesch, and retired U.S. Navy SEAL and

Lone Survivor Marcus Luttrell.

Watch Corban’s powerful story below and share it with friends, family and on social media using #NRASpeaksForMe.

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Strong lady and a great American. I salute you Kim Corban and God Bless.


No one should ever be a victim of violent crime especially women, however it happens much to often. If she is armed it puts her on a equal footing with the predator that has marked her as his next victim, and therefore she does not become another statistic of violent crime.