There was a startling report this week that U.S. troops were told to turn a blind eye to the sexual abuse and enslavement of young boys by Afghani army commanders.
Cabot O’Callaghan mourns a friend who chose to walk into darkness and calls for us all to shine a little brighter.
Monica Faulkner on how the sex ed system in America perpetuates an idea of shame associated with sex. Not only is this a harmful lens to view sex, but it also continues a cycle of silence for abuse victims.
Quentin Lucas discusses attractions to the damaged person, as a damaged person.
Is your definition of masculinity keeping you from healing past wounds?
Jordan Gray says that the resulting emotions left over from sexual abuse can be healed with these three, loving steps. —– Although this is the first time I’ve written about it publicly, the issue of sexual abuse is one that is very important to me. I have had multiple friends and lovers who have had […]
Danica Barnett shares a painful story of how abusive partners continue to haunt and assault their victims, as real-life monsters whose memories never fade.
Dani Bostick breaks free of the silence and shame that surround sexual abuse.
The numbers are undeniable – sexual abuse happens everywhere: Among the religious and non-religious alike. Roger Canaff explains.