Tag Archives: Learn The Facts

He Would Tell Me

Reprint from Together We Heal Recently I had the pleasure of having breakfast with my friend and colleague, Boz Tchividjian. I’m so thankful for the friendship he and I have developed and while talking he gave me one more reason to be thankful. He brought to my attention something I had not given enough consideration. It’s from his insight this article originated. We were discussing the reasons behind why I didn’t say something about my abuse and why other survivors don’t tell or speak up …

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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 truth about child trafficking

When movies or books address the topic of child trafficking, they tend to show it as something that happens in other countries on other continents. The plot of 2008′s Taken involves a 17-year old girl who is kidnapped after she travels to France with a friend, unaccompanied by parents or guardians. The truth is that the commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC) is much more pervasive than people realize. It affects communities and children across the globe, and in many cases, the perpetrator is not …

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