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What Happens When You're the One Being Photographed for Child Porn: A Victim Shares Her Story

It's easy to feel shock and disgust over the recent Jared Fogle headlines—it's more difficult to grasp the fallout for the children.

My father sexually abused me – but he betrayed my mother too

A father – now in prison – abused his daughter for two years. The mother and her daughter each describe how his actions have affected them

(New York Times) -- “We assume that when our children go to school, it’s a safe place, and that’s what for the most part children think — it’s a safe place. To have that notion really destroyed by such a crime, that can be detrimental to the learning process, detrimental to a community and how they think they are protecting their children.” - RAINN's Jennifer Marsh

Stephen Collins Revelation Exposes A Much Darker Story

(Refinery29) -- "It's never, ever a child's fault if they are hurt or abused. But, perpetrators are often very good at manipulating their victims to think that it was consensual, or that they took part in it, therefore they're just as guilty." -- RAINN's Jennifer Wilson Marsh

A Child's Lifelong Self-Esteem Emerges Earlier Than We Thought

A Child's Lifelong Self-Esteem Emerges Earlier Than We Thought (Check out the slideshow at the bottom of the article too, for some other very interesting studies parents should know.)

Forget 'stranger danger'. The 21st century guide to protecting your children from sexual abuse

Parents have been telling their children to stay away from strangers for years. But psychologist Dr Nina Burrowes says that narrow view of abuse could be doing more harm than good

Depression, schizophrenia, suicidal feelings—too often, these experiences stay private. These speakers who’ve struggled with mental illness boldly share their stories, in hopes that others don’t feel so alone.

These cultural barriers stop some rape victims from seeking help

(Washington Post) -- “[Sexual assault is] a difficult issue to talk about -- and it helps to do it in your own language.” -- RAINN's Scott Berkowitz