In this survey you will be asked your thoughts on a serious problem that is affecting society and the victims of the abuse. This survey not only focuses on rape culture particularly but the psychology behind it all and how feminism is helping and contributing to the problem. Please note this survey only focuses on female victims of rape and sexual assault.
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As a womanist psychologist, minister, and sacred artist, my reflections on effective response to child sexual abuse necessitate an examination of the journey of survivors and offenders within their cultural context. I invite you to consider these pathways to safety, love, and accountability with me through poetry and essay, art and science, heart and mind.
What we know is that child sexual abuse is an epidemic. It is traumatic. Surviving it increases the chances that you will be sexually assaulted as an adult and or experience intimate partner/domestic violence. We know that the most vulnerable children—those at the margins of oppression— suffer at an increased rate. We know that children are targeted because they are vulnerable and are seen as easily manipulated.
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