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Hargitay, who It premieres Monday on HBO. Hargitay, who stars as Detective Olivia Benson in I was given a platform.
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Mariska Hargitay takes her advocacy for sex victims to HBO

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Coast Guard in pursuit of getting women the respect and justice they deserve. Though she merely played a detective on television when these letters began arriving, Hargitay knew that she had to step up and help these women in ways that society had not. The themes in the letters were all the same—they talked about shame and isolation. Worthy had vowed to come up with the money—which Detroit did not have—to test each and every single rape kit, and knew that Hargitay could help her. And she came, and it really jumpstarted what we were able to do in the legislature, in the court room, helping me bid for money, getting more money for my funding source, it came together. I thought my head was going to explode.
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Mariska Hargitay takes advocacy for sex victims to HBO

Hargitay has starred in the show since , and is the longest running cast member. For her role on the show, Hargitay has received multiple awards and nominations , including a Primetime Emmy and a Golden Globe. The daughter of bodybuilder and actor Mickey Hargitay and actress Jayne Mansfield , Hargitay made her film debut in the horror comedy film Ghoulies and her major television debut in the adventure drama series Downtown.
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Portraying a heroic sex crimes detective on television has provided Mariska Hargitay with a platform to help sexual assault victims in real life. I was given a platform. It was a way for me to respond. The film, which premieres Monday on HBO, focuses on four survivors whose rape kits went untested for years. Part of the problem is that many states have no legislation that demands testing within a reasonable period.