Jon La Pook: After your speech, or--Aly Raisman: Before, at all. But I think that this, speaking out, and creating positive change so that athletes are safe, is more important than any Olympic medal you could ever win.If they refuse, you may have to take additional actions.If you are ever afraid for your safety, you need to contact law enforcement to investigate.Many web sites expressly prohibit harassment and if you report it through their established mechanisms, the content and/or bully should be removed from the site in a timely manner.To be sure, some web site administrators are better and quicker at this than others.Second, contact the service or content provider through which the bullying is occurring.For example, if you are being cyberbullied on Facebook, contact them.Aly Raisman: We must remember that protecting athletes comes first, and doing right by athletes is always the priority.I love our sport so much, and I want the best for it.She hopes to compete in her third Olympics in Tokyo in 2020. Jessica Howard: The girls would say yeah he touches you funny. Over 130 women have filed civil lawsuits alleging similar abuse.Doing a backflip on a balance beam takes a certain type of courage, but right now Raisman will display courage of another kind. Nassar and his lawyers declined to comment for this story.