How public opinion is manipulated away from the root of Child Sexual Abuse

“Politics are usually the executive expression of human immaturity.“ Vera Brittain (1964) The Rebel Passion: A Short History of Some Pioneer Peace-Makers Meet the EU’s alleged fight against Child Sexual Abuse; its proposed regulation against Online Child Sexual Abuse Material, or short CSAM. journalists, whistleblowers and freedom of speech subject … Continue reading

D-Day for child sexual abuse?

D-Day for child sexual abuse? An opinion piece on an example how our societies around the world fail to deal with child sexual abuse, over and over again, simply for the lack of political and judiciary accountability. “At this historic moment surely not one of us is too busy, too … Continue reading

Switzerland is the Auschwitz of Child Sexual Abuse

Switzerland is the Auschwitz of Child Sexual Abuse

What happened yesterday thwarts all imagination. A report on Child Sexual Abuse came out in Switzerland. Both the authorities and the church reacted. I need to write, I need to vent. Discover with me the true nature of Switzerland … The report The report released September 12th 2023 is titled … Continue reading

Eliminating Limits to Justice for Child Sex Abuse Victims Act in the USA

What the New ‘Eliminating Limits to Justice for Child Sex Abuse Victims Act’ in the U.S. Means for Survivors For years millions of former sex abuse victims have had to deal with the trauma and stigma of their abuse without a way to seek any sort of compensation or justice … Continue reading

Female perpetrators: Child Sexual Abuse

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Female Perpetration of Child Sexual Abuse: An Overview of the Problem By Lisa Lipshires Although Turner had previously counseled male sex offenders, she had never encountered a woman who wanted to sexually abuse a child. Alarmed, she consulted other therapists, but none had ever encountered — or even heard of … Continue reading

The Legal Consequences of Speaking Out About Abuse

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The Legal Consequences of Speaking Out About Abuse By Elaine P. English Acknowledging the realities of abuse is an important part of the recovery of all survivors. In many cases, this acknowledgment is made publicly. There are, however, serious legal consequences associated with public statements about acts of abuse, and … Continue reading

Ritual of Reconciliation: An Alternative to Litigation

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Ritual of Reconciliation: An Alternative to Litigation by Mic Hunter Psy.D., LP, LMFT In recent years increasing numbers of survivors of childhood sexual abuse have sued their perpetrators for damages. Litigation serves to punish those responsible for the abuse, focuses society’s attention on the problem of sexual abuse, and provides … Continue reading