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The Facts About Child on Child Abuse

The crime of child sexual abuse is sadly a familiar one to the American public. Cases involving multiple victims, “celebrity perpetrators,” or perpetrators associated with positions of prestige and trust can foment intense media interest. Against this backdrop, another category of child sexual abuse has largely escaped the public’s attention: child-on-child sexual abuse.   We…

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Getting to the root of child-on-child abuse

It has been estimated that one-third(1) to 66%(2) of all perpetrators of child sexual abuse are children themselves (i.e. persons 17-years-old or younger). Child-on-child sexual abuse (CCSA) frequently occurs at school (e.g. in bathrooms, locker rooms, bathrooms, and other places where children are left unsupervised). It also occurs with the family environment. Researchers are still…

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Youth Movement Rises Against Snapchat, organizes #DeleteSnapchatDay

The Next Generation is Standing up Against Pornography and Snapchat June 1st was  National Delete Snapchat Day!! A social movement that is fighting pornography and opposing social media platforms that contain pornographic materials pronounced June 1st, National Delete Snapchat Day. Their efforts gained steam, with many young people speaking up on social media and sharing…

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school-laptop-safety

He was exposed to pornography at age 11, on his school laptop

Schools are supposed to be safe learning environments, where technology is an educational benefit. However, over the past several years, it’s become clear that schools are not doing enough to protect children from being exposed to pornography on school grounds or school electronic devices. One young man recalls how he was exposed to pornography at…

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Podcast: When Should You Talk to Your Kids About Pornography?

Before we can begin to address “how” to talk to kids about pornography, it’s important to understand “when” that conversation becomes relevant. Many parents might assume that a few years after puberty is the time to have this talk. However, in today’s digital culture, studies show that many children are being exposed to pornography before…

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