Ending Child Sexual Abuse
Learn More about organizations that are building awareness about child sexual abuse, that encourage children to speak out to prevent and to end sexual abuse, and that provide counseling and healing to children and families affected by it.
Please preview the media in this gallery before showing it to young children, as many videos candidly discuss incidences of abuse. The most suitable video for a young audience is the following from the Puppetarians, helping children discern between "good" and "bad" touches:
Also notable is this video from the organization VoiceUp which helps children "Use their Voice" to stand up to friends and family members who ask them to do something that makes them feel uneasy and unsafe:
To report unsafe touching, the Rape Abuse Incest National Network has a hotline to call to get help and counselling:
There are many documentaries intended for more mature audiences that discuss the impact of childhood sexual abuse on adults, of note is the True Story of Childhood Sex Abuse for Adults: