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Uncovering Sexual Bullying: Learn the Facts

Blog by Joanne Johnson In recent years, government organizations, nonprofits, celebrities, and others have caught the media’s attention with their work to end bullying. As technology progresses, bullying continues to be a significant threat for today’s youth. Anti-bullying campaigns are becoming as common as those against smoking, drinking, and drugs. As the public continues to learn more and speak out against bullying, we want to shed light on a specific type of this harassment: sexual bullying. WHAT IT IS: Sexual bullying occurs anytime a child …

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The Evolution of CSA: Cyberbullying

Guest blog by Hannah Murphy with blufirePR Just like the times, child sexual abuse (CSA) is evolving and the spectrum of interpersonal mistreatment is expanding.  We are in the midst of a digital age where our phones are an extension of our arms, keeping us constantly connected to one another, and the Internet is a necessity to our children’s daily routine. It may be a new bottle, but it’s the same old wine. Sexual abuse is viral. Cyberbullying is linked with sexual abuse – this …

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