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The HEAL Project is a BOPIC-led, Trans/Nonbinary-led, and Survivor-led educational initiative using media to prevent and end Childhood Sexual Abuse (CSA) through healing the wounds of sexual oppression and embracing sexual liberation. Learn More here.

This graphic recording by Tiare Lani captured the essence of our live Sexy Survivor 10 Year Anniversary Webinar on September 18, 2021.

Now Introducing: The Rivera-Azad Sexual Healing Integration Model (RASHIM)

First Pillar: Curiosity & Inquiry

Most of us learn early on to repress our sense of curiosity about bodies, and stop asking questions about sex. Yet, curiosity and inquiry are necessary elements for sexual self-actualization.

Second Pillar: Fantasy & Desire

Our fantasies rarely get permission to exist without shame, and sometimes even fear. Understanding the difference between fantasy and desire makes the path to sexual healing so much smoother.

Third Pillar: Masturbation & Body Exploration

Exploring bodies is an effective way of understanding our own sexual and emotional responses. Body awareness and body literacy are vital for sexual integration.

Fourth Pillar: Health & Reproduction

Sexual and reproductive health is more than pregnancy and STI prevention. If we have a body part, we need to learn how it works so that we can take good care of it.

Fifth Pillar: Sex & Pleasure

Imagine living in a world where we don't think of sex as inherently exploitative; where pleasure is deemed sacred and appropriate for ALL people.

Sixth Pillar: Identity & Behavior

Labels are both empowering and limiting. None of us perform our identities to a t, because such a thing does not exist. We get to explore, change our mind, AND our behavior.

Seventh Pillar: Roles & Power Dynamics

Our relationships constantly interact with power dynamics, whether we notice and name them or not. We aren't bound by our roles; roles are meant to be re-imagined and played with.

Eighth Pillar: Kink & Fetish

Ask 100 people what kink is and you'll get a 100 different answers. Kink and fetish are big pieces of human sexuality, and everyone can benefit from learning about them, even if they never practice.

Ninth Pillar: Spirituality & Transcendence

Sex is not just about the body and physical pleasure. Sex has the power to transform our wounds, and transcend our consciousness. Spirituality and sex are not on opposite paths; we can artfully combine the two and journey in different realms.

Testimonials

"The 'Me Too' Movement has had the pleasure of working with The HEAL Project on several endeavors. As consultants, H2E provided a voice and perspective on our Survivor Healing Curriculum that was expansive and intersectional. Their work in CSA prevention provides great insight on power, sex, and healing." ~ Tarana J. Burke | Founder of 'Me Too' Movement

"I extend my sincere gratitude for Ignacio's visit to the University of Michigan. It was clear that Ignacio's speech and personal experiences were impactful to our students. I personally learned a lot from them and appreciated our interactions for the brief time we had together." ~ Mark Chung Kwan Fan, Assistant Director for Engagement | Spectrum Center

"Thank you so much for your shared space today. I found myself shouting "yes!!" at the screen so many times. Your vulnerability, honesty and lack of filter was so helpful and refreshing, your words were crystal-clear and needed, and I agree that this conversation should be shared with everyone in our movement. I especially loved the ask to reframe how we think about sexual liberation, the challenge to our culture's hierarchy of which types of sexual abuse "should" affect us the most, and the very needed push to extend our view of consent in relationships past merely the sexual. You all are brilliant, vivid and wonderful examples of what thriving can look like." ~Jenna Cohan, Sexual & Domestic Violence Program Coordinator | Oregon Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence

"I really appreciated the space you held for vulnerability and reflection. Thank you for taking care of us as participants. I left with more language for my needs and desires and a renewed intention to reach out to my connections both in gratitude and to ask for what I need. Your work is so appreciated!" ~Fati(they/them) | Workshop Participant

"Thank you so much for your keynote address at our conference! I learned so much, and I’m so grateful for the work you do and how you do it. We really honor your stories and experiences and knowledge, and we thank you for sharing them with us. We received so much positive and meaningful feedback after the session and I could feel how connected people were to it. Thank you again. And thank you to the entire team at The HEAL Project!!"  ~Emily Cohen (she/her), Statewide Director of Training | Sexual Assault Center (Nashville, TN)

"Ignacio and Aredvi, I wanted to reach out personally to you and thank you for your incredible session, [Integrating CSA Prevention Into Our Movements For Justice]. It was clear from the feedback that your perspective was a new one for many, and I feel that it was well-received and planted the seeds for advocates to understand how we can start breaking out of our silos and see the interconnectedness of Childhood Sexual Abuse and so many other issues." Gwendolyn Bouchie (she/her), Chief Marketing Officer | Darkness to Light

Please, Talk to Your Kids About Abortion

A Professor Was Accused of Sexual Harassment and Resigned. At His Next University, It Happened Again.

[ID: In the center of the graphic, there is a photograph with a purple background. There are large mushrooms with people standing in a circle holding hands. On the graphic, there is text that reads, “If there was a sexual abuse case in your community, consider holding a community circle to process it collectively. Just as you might integrate a psychedelic experience by looking at what happened and seeing how this might inform your life and decisions going forward. A community circle offers the chance for people to share what they need and what they can offer in the way of help, action and change. Leia Friedwoman, How the Psychedelic Community Should Respond to Sexual Abuse.” In the bottom left corner there is black text that reads, '@heal2end'. In the bottom right corner, there is a black version of the heal2end logo.]

How the Psychedelic Community Should Respond to Sexual Abuse

[ID: In the center of the graphic, there is a photograph with a purple background. There are large mushrooms with people standing in a circle holding hands. On the graphic, there is text that reads, “If there was a sexual abuse case in your community, consider holding a community circle to process it collectively. Just as you might integrate a psychedelic experience by looking at what happened and seeing how this might inform your life and decisions going forward. A community circle offers the chance for people to share what they need and what they can offer in the way of help, action and change. Leia Friedwoman, How the Psychedelic Community Should Respond to Sexual Abuse.” In the bottom left corner there is black text that reads, '@heal2end'. In the bottom right corner, there is a black version of the heal2end logo.]
[ID: In the center of the graphic, there is a black and white photograph of a person with long hair in a hospital room looking out of the window with an IV next to them. On the graphic, there is text that reads, “Dowe is one of at least 40 Irwin County Detention Center survivors who underwent invasive gynecological procedures without their full knowledge and consent. In a recently published report, another survivor shared that after finding out her fallopian tube had been removed without her consent, she was extremely distressed and suffered periods of depression and anger knowing that she could not naturally conceive children anymore." ~Priyanka Bhatt. Survivors of Medical Abuse at ICE Jail in Georgia Are Still Waiting for Justice. In the bottom left corner there is black text that reads, '@heal2end'. In the bottom right corner, there is a black version of the heal2end logo.]

Survivors of Medical Abuse at ICE Jail in Georgia Are Still Waiting for Justice

[ID: In the center of the graphic, there is a black and white photograph of a person with long hair in a hospital room looking out of the window with an IV next to them. On the graphic, there is text that reads, “Dowe is one of at least 40 Irwin County Detention Center survivors who underwent invasive gynecological procedures without their full knowledge and consent. In a recently published report, another survivor shared that after finding out her fallopian tube had been removed without her consent, she was extremely distressed and suffered periods of depression and anger knowing that she could not naturally conceive children anymore." ~Priyanka Bhatt. Survivors of Medical Abuse at ICE Jail in Georgia Are Still Waiting for Justice. In the bottom left corner there is black text that reads, '@heal2end'. In the bottom right corner, there is a black version of the heal2end logo.]
[Image Description: In the center of the graphic, there is a photograph of yellow mannequins with red tape on their bodies with text such as “Don’t be an asshole, #metoo, justice, stalking, etc.” At the top of the graphic is a white background with black text that reads, "Since 1994, the year that the Violence Against Women Act passed and the criminalization of domestic violence truly began, rates of intimate partner violence in the United States have fallen. So has the overall crime rate. Over the last 30 years, the two have decreased in tandem, notwithstanding the billions of dollars dedicated to criminalization during that time. Arguably, criminalization has bought us no greater decrease than if we had done nothing." ~Leigh Goodmark” At the bottom of the graphic is a white background with black text that reads, “Is Criminalization The Right Response To Domestic Violence?” In the bottom left corner there is black text that reads, '@heal2end'. In the bottom right corner, there is a black version of the heal2end logo.]

Is Criminalization The Right Response To Domestic Violence?

[Image Description: In the center of the graphic, there is a photograph of yellow mannequins with red tape on their bodies with text such as “Don’t be an asshole, #metoo, justice, stalking, etc.” At the top of the graphic is a white background with black text that reads, "Since 1994, the year that the Violence Against Women Act passed and the criminalization of domestic violence truly began, rates of intimate partner violence in the United States have fallen. So has the overall crime rate. Over the last 30 years, the two have decreased in tandem, notwithstanding the billions of dollars dedicated to criminalization during that time. Arguably, criminalization has bought us no greater decrease than if we had done nothing." ~Leigh Goodmark” At the bottom of the graphic is a white background with black text that reads, “Is Criminalization The Right Response To Domestic Violence?” In the bottom left corner there is black text that reads, '@heal2end'. In the bottom right corner, there is a black version of the heal2end logo.]
[Image Description: In the center of the graphic, there is a photograph of a Black person with rays of color shooting out of their eyes. In the background, there is a patient chair at a doctor’s office. At the top of the graphic is a white background with black text that reads, "For other teachers, however, engagement tanked in virtual classes. Milstein said some of her college students felt pressure to hide who they were. "Storytelling has allowed me to speak up in a lot of different ways—I’m able to have trauma talks with my families and friends. I’m able to call out behaviors we’re normally told to be ‘hush-hush’ about. It also holds space for people to learn and grow. Sometimes you really don’t know until you hear someone else’s story." ~Interview with CoWanda, 22, Texas, article written by Danielle Campoamor.” At the bottom of the graphic is a white background with black text that reads, “Young People Talking About Their Abortions Could Change Everything.” In the bottom left corner there is black text that reads, '@heal2end'. In the bottom right corner, there is a black version of the heal2end logo.]

Young People Talking About Their Abortions Could Change Everything

[Image Description: In the center of the graphic, there is a photograph of a Black person with rays of color shooting out of their eyes. In the background, there is a patient chair at a doctor’s office. At the top of the graphic is a white background with black text that reads, "For other teachers, however, engagement tanked in virtual classes. Milstein said some of her college students felt pressure to hide who they were. "Storytelling has allowed me to speak up in a lot of different ways—I’m able to have trauma talks with my families and friends. I’m able to call out behaviors we’re normally told to be ‘hush-hush’ about. It also holds space for people to learn and grow. Sometimes you really don’t know until you hear someone else’s story." ~Interview with CoWanda, 22, Texas, article written by Danielle Campoamor.” At the bottom of the graphic is a white background with black text that reads, “Young People Talking About Their Abortions Could Change Everything.” In the bottom left corner there is black text that reads, '@heal2end'. In the bottom right corner, there is a black version of the heal2end logo.]
[Image Description: In the center of the graphic, there is a photograph of a police siren on top of a police car. At the top of the graphic is a white background with black text that reads, “Many domestic-violence survivors face something similar once police enter the scene, viewed by the criminal-justice system as abusers for actions taken in self-defense. Four women a day are killed by their intimate partners, and countless others experience subtler forms of abuse. When domestic-violence victims are arrested, research has found that they become less likely to seek assistance from the legal system. In effect, they become even more alienated from the system supposedly set up to help them. ~Melissa Jeltsen.” At the bottom of the graphic is a white background with black text that reads, “Maybe Cops Shouldn't Handle Domestic Violence Calls.” In the bottom left corner there is black text that reads, '@heal2end'. In the bottom right corner, there is a black version of the heal2end logo.]

Maybe Cops Shouldn't Handle Domestic Violence Calls

[Image Description: In the center of the graphic, there is a photograph of a police siren on top of a police car. At the top of the graphic is a white background with black text that reads, “Many domestic-violence survivors face something similar once police enter the scene, viewed by the criminal-justice system as abusers for actions taken in self-defense. Four women a day are killed by their intimate partners, and countless others experience subtler forms of abuse. When domestic-violence victims are arrested, research has found that they become less likely to seek assistance from the legal system. In effect, they become even more alienated from the system supposedly set up to help them. ~Melissa Jeltsen.” At the bottom of the graphic is a white background with black text that reads, “Maybe Cops Shouldn't Handle Domestic Violence Calls.” In the bottom left corner there is black text that reads, '@heal2end'. In the bottom right corner, there is a black version of the heal2end logo.]
[Image Description: In the center of the graphic, there is a photograph of R. Kelly with a black background. R. Kelly is a Black man with a backwards facing baseball cap, black sunglasses, a short beard, and an orange top. At the top of the graphic is a white background with black text that reads, "For other teachers, however, engagement tanked in virtual classes. Milstein said some of her college students felt pressure to hide who they were. "We can’t get rid of prisons without getting rid of the abusive culture that relies on them, and so there is no void prison abolition leaves behind that we should fear will be filled with more abuse. The void is prisons, and they are already being filled with the abuse of Black people and children everywhere. When prison abolition is here, the state that teaches men like R. Kelly that they can abuse Black children without facing accountability is abolished too, because prison culture is central to that state."~Hari Ziyad.” At the bottom of the graphic is a white background with black text that reads, “What Do We Do With Abusers Like R. Kelly If We Abolish Prisons?” In the bottom left corner there is black text that reads, '@heal2end'. In the bottom right corner, there is a black version of the heal2end logo.]

What Do We Do With Abusers Like R. Kelly If We Abolish Prisons?

[Image Description: In the center of the graphic, there is a photograph of R. Kelly with a black background. R. Kelly is a Black man with a backwards facing baseball cap, black sunglasses, a short beard, and an orange top. At the top of the graphic is a white background with black text that reads, "For other teachers, however, engagement tanked in virtual classes. Milstein said some of her college students felt pressure to hide who they were. "We can’t get rid of prisons without getting rid of the abusive culture that relies on them, and so there is no void prison abolition leaves behind that we should fear will be filled with more abuse. The void is prisons, and they are already being filled with the abuse of Black people and children everywhere. When prison abolition is here, the state that teaches men like R. Kelly that they can abuse Black children without facing accountability is abolished too, because prison culture is central to that state."~Hari Ziyad.” At the bottom of the graphic is a white background with black text that reads, “What Do We Do With Abusers Like R. Kelly If We Abolish Prisons?” In the bottom left corner there is black text that reads, '@heal2end'. In the bottom right corner, there is a black version of the heal2end logo.]

The Pandemic Disrupted Sex Ed When Students Needed It Most

Beyond Cancel Culture: How to Hold Each Other Accountable—With Love

How To Get An Abortion If You’re Under 18

Texas Valedictorian Drops Her Commencement Speech To Get Real About State's Anti-Abortion Bill

Better Than Sex Ed: Pop Culture Is Teaching Teens About Sex

The Sex Educators Helping Muslim Women Claim Their Sexuality

To Counter Domestic Violence, Some Native Americans Embrace Tradition

Effects of Childhood Sexual Abuse Echo on for Generations

Sex Education In The United States Is Broken, But It Doesn’t Have To Be.

A Third Grader Drew a Rocket That Looked Like a Penis. She Was Handcuffed and Removed From School.

How to Normalize Talking to Your Kids About Pleasure

To Confront Sexual Violence, We Don’t Need Better Prosecutors — We Need to Abolish Them

Black Families Are Outraged About Family Separation Within The U.S. It’s Time To Listen To Them

Taking a Stand: How Teens Are Working to End Relationship Violence

How Sex Ed Has the Power to Make Social Change

We Should Teach Children About Miscarriage During Sex Ed. Here’s Why.

For Everybody and Their Mama: Sex Ed For All Month

Abolishing Policing Also Means Abolishing Family Regulation

Child Marriage Is Not Consensual: America’s Dirty Little Secret

Sex Education Is Missing Yet Another Crucial Topic. We Need To Fix That.

Comprehensive Sex Education Could Curb Everyone’s Trauma Around Sex

To End Mass Incarceration, We Need to Bust the Myths That Prop It Up

Everything We've Been Doing To Teach Kids About Periods Is Wrong

What To Know About Sexual Orientation And Mental Health In Youth

What I Learned As A MAP's Partner

Sexual Assault Against Boys Is a Crisis

The Child Welfare System Is Another Form Of Discriminatory Policing

Sexual Violence and the Disability Community

The Silence: The Legacy of Childhood Trauma

What Do Abstinence-Only Sex Ed and Rape Culture Have in Common?

Alternatives to Calling the Police for Domestic Violence Survivors

Childhood Abuse Leaves 'Devastating Impact' on Adults

[Image Description: In the center of the graphic, there is a photograph of a person with brown hair ina bun in a blue suit jacket and blue skirt. They are holding a sledge hammer and hitting a wall with the Porn Hub Logo. At the top of the graphic is a white background with black text that reads, "The war on porn and sex work may be dressed up as child protection, but it is nothing of the sort. And ultimately, it is based on a lie: it is possible to separate pornography from child sexual abuse, and it’s important that we do so. Lumping them together results in over-censorship of sexual expression, including educational content and prevention resources. It feeds harassment cults in fan communities. It harms sex workers, exploits survivors, and ultimately fails and harms children." ~Jeremy Malcolm.” At the bottom of the graphic is a white background with black text that reads "The War On Porn Does Not Help Children." In the bottom left corner there is black text that reads, '@heal2end'. In the bottom right corner, there is a black version of the heal2end logo.]

The War On Porn Does Not Help Children

[Image Description: In the center of the graphic, there is a photograph of a person with brown hair ina bun in a blue suit jacket and blue skirt. They are holding a sledge hammer and hitting a wall with the Porn Hub Logo. At the top of the graphic is a white background with black text that reads, "The war on porn and sex work may be dressed up as child protection, but it is nothing of the sort. And ultimately, it is based on a lie: it is possible to separate pornography from child sexual abuse, and it’s important that we do so. Lumping them together results in over-censorship of sexual expression, including educational content and prevention resources. It feeds harassment cults in fan communities. It harms sex workers, exploits survivors, and ultimately fails and harms children." ~Jeremy Malcolm.” At the bottom of the graphic is a white background with black text that reads "The War On Porn Does Not Help Children." In the bottom left corner there is black text that reads, '@heal2end'. In the bottom right corner, there is a black version of the heal2end logo.]

Do We Need to Abolish Child Protective Services?

‘WAP’ and Sex Ed: How the Billboard-Topping Track is ‘Making Conversations About Sexual Health Less Taboo’

What LGBTQ-Positive Sex Ed Should Look Like

Screening May Miss One-quarter of Child Sexual Abuse Cases

[Image Description: In the center of the graphic, there is a photograph of a gray concrete floor with white arrows pointing in different directions. In the middle bottom of the image, there are two feet with gray sneakers and blue pants. At the top of the graphic is a white background with black text that reads, ""When children know they have choice and the power to lead how they wish to interact with others, no matter who that person is in their life, they get the chance to practice life skills that support bodily autonomy, safety, and interpersonal communication." ~Melissa Pintor Carnagey.” At the bottom of the graphic is a white background with black text that reads "Creating Consent-Conscious Holidays." In the bottom left corner there is black text that reads, '@heal2end'. In the bottom right corner, there is a black version of the heal2end logo.]

Creating Consent-Conscious Holidays

[Image Description: In the center of the graphic, there is a photograph of a gray concrete floor with white arrows pointing in different directions. In the middle bottom of the image, there are two feet with gray sneakers and blue pants. At the top of the graphic is a white background with black text that reads, ""When children know they have choice and the power to lead how they wish to interact with others, no matter who that person is in their life, they get the chance to practice life skills that support bodily autonomy, safety, and interpersonal communication." ~Melissa Pintor Carnagey.” At the bottom of the graphic is a white background with black text that reads "Creating Consent-Conscious Holidays." In the bottom left corner there is black text that reads, '@heal2end'. In the bottom right corner, there is a black version of the heal2end logo.]

How 5 Transgender Men Really Feel About The #MeToo Reckoning

A Radical New Plan for MeToo Turns Away From “Law and Order” Feminism

Sex Education Referendum 90 Passes In Washington State Election Results

'I felt like a weight was lifted': How I May Destroy You Empowered Sexual Assault Survivors

[Image Description: In the center of the graphic, there is a photograph of the bars of a jail cell. At the top of the graphic is a white background with black text that reads, ""I didn’t know what I wanted to happen to Archie. I didn’t know what I wanted because no one asked me, and there were no options, but I couldn’t shake the guilt I felt, and that guilt only contributed to the shame I felt about the entire thing. I had no solace; my “telling the truth” had made it worse." ~Camonghne Felix.” At the bottom of the graphic is a white background with black text that reads "Aching for Abolition: As a survivor of sexual violence, I know prison isn’t the answer." In the bottom left corner there is black text that reads, '@heal2end'. In the bottom right corner, there is a black version of the heal2end logo.]

Aching for Abolition: As a survivor of sexual violence, I know prison isn’t the answer.

[Image Description: In the center of the graphic, there is a photograph of the bars of a jail cell. At the top of the graphic is a white background with black text that reads, ""I didn’t know what I wanted to happen to Archie. I didn’t know what I wanted because no one asked me, and there were no options, but I couldn’t shake the guilt I felt, and that guilt only contributed to the shame I felt about the entire thing. I had no solace; my “telling the truth” had made it worse." ~Camonghne Felix.” At the bottom of the graphic is a white background with black text that reads "Aching for Abolition: As a survivor of sexual violence, I know prison isn’t the answer." In the bottom left corner there is black text that reads, '@heal2end'. In the bottom right corner, there is a black version of the heal2end logo.]
[Image Description: In the center of the graphic, there is a photograph. The background is a blue sky with clouds. In the center of the photograph, there is an American flag on a flag pole with a black and white filter and a fire-filled letter ‘Q’ in the center . At the top of the graphic is a white background with black text that reads, ""When we recognize that most “sex trafficked” children are not kidnapped into slavery, but rather turn to sex work out of necessity, we can address the underlying failures that forced them to make that choice—such as a lack of stable housing and employment, and the homophobia and transphobia of the foster care system." ~Jeremy Malcolm.” At the bottom of the graphic is a white background with black text that reads "The Truth Behind QAnon." In the bottom left corner there is black text that reads, '@heal2end'. In the bottom right corner, there is a black version of the heal2end logo.]

The Truth Behind QAnon

[Image Description: In the center of the graphic, there is a photograph. The background is a blue sky with clouds. In the center of the photograph, there is an American flag on a flag pole with a black and white filter and a fire-filled letter ‘Q’ in the center . At the top of the graphic is a white background with black text that reads, ""When we recognize that most “sex trafficked” children are not kidnapped into slavery, but rather turn to sex work out of necessity, we can address the underlying failures that forced them to make that choice—such as a lack of stable housing and employment, and the homophobia and transphobia of the foster care system." ~Jeremy Malcolm.” At the bottom of the graphic is a white background with black text that reads "The Truth Behind QAnon." In the bottom left corner there is black text that reads, '@heal2end'. In the bottom right corner, there is a black version of the heal2end logo.]
[Image Description: In the center of the graphic, there is an image with a black background with a brain blue outline. At the top of the graphic is a white background with black text that reads, ""The study's findings align with the scientific literature on health psychology and abuse, and once again highlight how important it is to consider the relationship between physical and mental health," said Vézina-Gagnon. A holistic approach (body-mind approach) is therefore needed to help girls recover from sexual trauma, she maintains." ~Julie Gazaille.” At the bottom of the graphic is a white background with black text that reads "Childhood Sexual Abuse: Mental And Physical After-effects Closely Linked" In the bottom left corner there is black text that reads, '@heal2end'. In the bottom right corner, there is a black version of the heal2end logo.]

Childhood Sexual Abuse: Mental And Physical After-effects Closely Linked

[Image Description: In the center of the graphic, there is an image with a black background with a brain blue outline. At the top of the graphic is a white background with black text that reads, ""The study's findings align with the scientific literature on health psychology and abuse, and once again highlight how important it is to consider the relationship between physical and mental health," said Vézina-Gagnon. A holistic approach (body-mind approach) is therefore needed to help girls recover from sexual trauma, she maintains." ~Julie Gazaille.” At the bottom of the graphic is a white background with black text that reads "Childhood Sexual Abuse: Mental And Physical After-effects Closely Linked" In the bottom left corner there is black text that reads, '@heal2end'. In the bottom right corner, there is a black version of the heal2end logo.]

Dear “Psychology Today”: Believe Incest Survivors

Violence Cannot Remedy Violence

'Defund the police' movement could offer sexual assault survivors a different path for justice

Men Who Survived Childhood Sexual Abuse

We Have Already Stopped Calling The Cops

Remote learning returns this fall, and parents should gear up for teaching sex ed

Police Sexual Violence Is Hidden in Plain Sight

Rochdale grooming: 'Why did I get a criminal record when I was a victim?'

Thousands of Migrant Children Were Sexually Abused in U.S. Custody

Pandemic Poses Key Challenges For Preventing Child Sexual Abuse

How We End Over-Policing of Black Children

Why Students Need Sex Education That’s Honest About Racism

Sex Offender Registries Are Fueling Mass Incarceration — And They Aren’t Helping Survivors

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