I'm sorry those things happened to you, HunterHunted. I have also experienced similar things, as have way too many women I know. I hope things are changing and I want to believe they are thanks to the people who are speaking out about it, and refusing to allow the near socially sanctioned status it had in the past.
As for Rinna, some (asshole) suggests she's part of the problem and her immediate go to is to say it never happened to her. Of all the options she had available to her: ignore, say I wish I had reported it, or I thought it would have been futile to report it, or don't attempt to weaponize my trauma against me, or anything else, she chooses "I was one of the lucky ones, it didn't happen to me". That leads me to believe that she was feeling defensive in that moment, she felt called out, and her immediate go-to is to lie. I think Rinna's problem is more of a character problem than a memory problem.
Victims are not responsible for the actions of the perpetrators, and I don't think victims have any obligation to come forward if they don't want to, for whatever reason. I see a big difference though, between not mentioning something and flatly stating it didn't happen. And a bigger one between saying something did happen and then later denying it did. She's a public figure who made her experience of sexual harassment public. To later deny that it ever happened will cause some people to question if it ever happened in the first place, or to question the extent of the damage it does to a victim, and that's a problem for me.