Healing from scandal and abuse is good. But healing necessitates acknowledging the injury. You can’t heal from a wound that is never treated.
Do you know how to protect your children from sex offenders? Cory Jewell Jensen talks about her work with sex offenders and what she knows
Trusting someone with your story of abuse is a huge hurdle to overcome if you have been sexually abused. You need a sexual abuse co-pilot.
How do you spot a sex offender? Sex offenders cannot be profiled. There is no specific race, gender, sexual orientation, or education level that defines us.
I grew up in a family where everyone was either sexually abused, was an abuser, or facilitated abuse. And I still like Michael Jackson’s music.
The Southern Baptist Church is no exception to being vulnerable to sex-offenders. They are not properly protecting the safety of a child.
New York’s Child Victims Act allows previously lapsed claims to be filed in court, the next issue for victims and survivors is how to access justice.
Offenders are not men in a trench coat. We are members of your family. We are people you know and trust. We are people who have access to your child.
Pedophiles on YouTube: while parents are aghast, they don’t seem to realize that YouTube is only a symptom of a larger problem.
Why does noone talk about traumatized kids being raised by traumatized parents? Should complex trauma play a role in adoption?
Butterflies and other signals pedophiles supposedly identify themselves with and use to express the sex of children they are interested in.
The Stop Abuse Campaign had the privilege of submitting testimony in support of the Child Victims Act that will protect children from sex abuse in New York
The holidays tend to be a tough time of year for survivors of child abuse. But common decency and thoughtfulness can help you survive the holidays.
Minors who are sexually attracted to children, and don’t go on to molest them, raise a lot of questions and give us all a lot of food for thought.
The Cardinal Pell scandal is shocking, but it’s important to remember that the Catholic church isn’t the only place where children get sexually abused.
It’s never easy to talk about being raped. It’s never easy to use words like “incest” and “victim” about yourself. I still do it, and I have my reasons why.
“Clowns Seen in Wooded Areas Luring Children to Join Them,” an attention-getting headline, but what about the rest of the facts? Can we blame the clowns?
Are we all in denial that 1 in every 5 children are sexually abused? Survivors of child sexual abuse call for change in every state.
We can’t talk and learn enough about child sex trafficking and pedophile rings. Protecting children requires actions that are harder, and more mundane.