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Her bravery comes on the day the Child Sex Offender Disclosure Scheme, also known as Sarah's Law, comes into force.
Two years ago Wendy's father, Jimmy Choo Light Pink Shoes Roy Perkins, 66, of Hucknall, was sentenced to ten years in prison for 22 charges which included numerous rapes and sexual abuse dating back to when Wendy was 7.
She said: "I don't want to live a lie anymore. I don't want to think 'Oh God, I don't want them to find out about me'.
But now she wants people to know so she can move on and give other victims the confidence to speak up.
"I remember things happening from when I was four or five," she said. "I used to always hear the stair creaking. If the stair creaked I knew he was coming. I was scared.
"I've been so low, I never realised a person could be that low but now I've realised I'm really lucky. I've got some nice friends and my family."
"But I knew I had to protect other children. How would I feel in a few years' time if it happened to someone else?"
Today, Wendy has waived her right to anonymity to speak out about what happened so that other victims are encouraged to come forward and more children are saved from abused.
Wendy struggled at first after her father was convicted and worried about people knowing what had happened to her.
no one would believe her if she spoke out.
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"I was in a room and there were cameras looking down on me. They said I had to describe what happened in detail. It was so embarrassing. I've never felt so small in my life.
"I would encourage anyone to speak out. It's been the hardest thing I've ever done and sometimes I have low days and I just think why didn't I keep my mouth shut? When it was just my secret it was a lot easier to deal with.
"When I went to bed I used to think, is it going to be tonight? I thought if I wrapped myself up in bed no one could get me but it never worked.
"I think this scheme is a fantastic idea and should stop more children being abused," said Wendy. Back then people thought I was a normal child, that was my way of hiding it. Who would believe me? Some people didn't even believe me years later. Back in the 1970s it was something that just wasn't spoken about.
Under the glare of cameras at West Bridgford police station, the 41 year old described the rapes and sexual abuse she had endured from the age of five.
"He told me it was my fault and that he loved me, that's why he was doing it. He said he wanted to get me ready for when I was older, saying I'm only doing it because I love you and you are the special one."
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"I remember once he took me to the woods near to Bestwood Lodge. He tried to get me by a tree but I said no because there were people around.
the family home in Broxtowe, and that her father would often try to arrange it so he was alone with her.
She remembers the day when her father was arrested. Police went to the house at 7.30am on July 10, 2008, and by 6pm he had been charged with 22 sexual offences.
hate him for what he has done but I suppose part of me loves him. But I still want to know why."
Woman speaks out over childhood sexual abuse as Sarah's Law comes in
The scheme means anyone can ask police to check if someone who has contact with children poses a risk.
She had to go back to the times when her father arranged to be alone with her, threatened her, and told her Jimmy Choo White Boots
"He slapped me across the face and made me walk back to Broxtowe.
What happened will always be imprinted on Wendy's mind and she still has questions. She still wraps herself up in her quilt to prevent any bad things happening and used to have trouble forming relationships.
"But the police officers were really good."
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