Child sexual abuse means many things to abusers, but they rarely see what they do as abuse. This article shows in perpetrators’ own words what child sexual abuse means to them. By understanding what abusers get out of sexual abuse, survivors can see that who is at fault. It is not survivors. By "starting where abusers are," more effective policies and programs are possible.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Definitely not what I expected. I thought there would be some remorse. It was very hard to read, but gave good insight into the minds of offenders. One thing, it lists 41 pages at the bottom, and it is actually not half that. There were lots of repeated pages. Not complaining though, I doubt I could've made it through another 20 or so pages.