There are two primary ways of protecting children from sexual abuse. Learn how to protect your own children and participate in actions to protect children in your community.

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Child Sexual Abuse.

 

According to the CDC 1 in 5 children (20.7%) suffer sexual abuse. Sexual abuse does not have to involve penetration, force, pain, or even touching. If an adult engages in any sexual behavior with a child it is sexual abuse. This includes the making, distributing and viewing of child pornography. Sexual abuse does not have to involve penetration, force, pain, or even touching. Sexual touching between children can also be sexual abuse when there is a significant age difference between the children or if the children are very different developmentally or size-wise.

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