I read the OP's blog, and I got the distinct sense that what she shared, she shared in earnest and from a place of genuine emotional pain.
I know everyone is talking about how old the post is, how it has been rehashed and reposted ad nauseum, debating whether or not the OP was actually raped.
From what I've read on her blog, it does sound as though she was violated by a person who took advantage of her altered state. I, for one, would never dare to claim that I can decide whether a person was "raped" or not. I was the victim of a sexual assault some years back, and the OP's blog post elicited empathy from me. As for whether she needs to "get over it", or how annoying it is to keep reading it, I say: FUCK OFF.
If it raises awareness, makes any persons feel more willing to come forward about rapes on Playa, then I would tolerate seeing it year after year.
As a woman who is attending BMAN for the first time, and completely alone, I WELCOME any posts that raises this issue for intelligent discussion. Of course, most responses to the OP's post (and to my reply here, I am sure) will be nothing but snark, sarcasm, and sexism. Again, I will say what I said when I first joined e-PLAYA: for me, internet message boards are still REAL-LIFE...the event in the DESERT will still be REAL-LIFE. As "cool" as it apparently is to be snarky and ridicule strangers, when a person is honestly sharing a traumatic experience, have a little respect.
Go ahead: let the ridicule begin. Just fodder for the FOES list