Framed as an imagining-creating-narrating triangle, this book aims to show how the three influence the interpretation of the survivor’s identity and subtly inhabit the recognition of women survivors outside of the category of victims. The introductory chapter presents the content and the development of the book, starting with ethical and research approaches and then turning toward embodied research practices. It continues with the first block of the imagining process, including the ideas of sexuality and ethnosexualities. This is followed by the analysis of different types of sources, from academic to popular culture works, when the book focuses on how do we tell what happened, rather what happened. By introducing the last chapter, the reader becomes familiar with using and applying embodied research practice with survivors of war rape in Bosnia-Herzegovina and the author’s self-reflection of her process through ethnodrama.