Sexual abusers were children once. Most prevention programs teach children how to avoid being sexually abused. This places responsibility for prevention on children. Prevention is an adult responsibility. This article presents strategies for helping children not to grow up to be sex offenders. It discusses four cornerstones of prevention that include healthy sex ed & emotion expression.
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