CSAAM 2012 Tweets | April 14, 15 & 16

  • A society’s Integrity – Message from Tulir http://wp.me/p1pP52-fg
  • A video – CSA Awareness http://wp.me/p1pP52-l8
  • CSA Survivor Story – 3 http://wp.me/p1pP52-gT
  • A Video Against Child Sexual Abuse – Message from Tulir http://wp.me/p1pP52-fi
  • Collide in A Crash: Poem by Pragya http://wp.me/p1pP52-jT
  • A video – Child Abuse & Neglect – Part 1 http://wp.me/p1pP52-la
  • CSAAM April 2012-This one’s for the children by Ipsita Banerjee http://wp.me/p1pP52-lS
  • Socially Adept Preferential Child Molesters – Message from Tulir http://wp.me/p1pP52-fk
  • The following information has been taken from http://Stopit.org. http://bit.ly/HL8ZyZ
  • Over a third of all sexual abuse of children is committed by someone under the age of 18. #CSAAM
  • It is not always easy to tell the difference between natural sexual curiosity and potentially abusive behaviors. #CSAAM
  • Children, particularly younger children, may engage in inappropriate interactions without understanding the hurtful impact it has. #CSAAM
  • Sexually harmful behavior by children & young people may range from experimentation that has gone too far to serious sexual assault. #CSAAM
  • It is important for adults to recognize that many children will engage in some forms of sexual exploration with children of a similar age.
  • Sometimes a young person may engage in sexual play with a much younger child, or use force or bribery to involve them in sexual activity.
  • Children as young as 4 may unknowingly engage in sexually harmful behavior. More often those who sexually harm children are adolescents.
  • The reasons children sexually harm others are complicated. Some of them may have been emotionally, sexually or physically abused themselves.
  • In some instances, a child or adolescent may act on a passing impulse with no harmful intent, but may harm themselves or to other children.
  • Prompt intervention can get the sexually abusing youth the treatment needed to stop abusing and to grow up as a safe member of a community.
  • Children and adolescents frequently respond best to specialized |treatment when it is offered early and with the support of trusted adults.
  • A third of those who have sexually abused a child are themselves under the age of 18. #CSAAM
  • Children, particularly in the younger age groups, may engage in such behaviour with no knowledge that it is wrong or abusive.
  • Older children abuse younger ones. More and more treatment programs include child and adolescent offenders. #CSAAM
  • A video – Stop Child Sexual Abuse http://wp.me/p1pP52-lc
  • CSA in the News | April 16th http://wp.me/p1pP52-m4
  • Child sex abuse awareness: Survivor /Victim first person stories by Ashreya Mom http://wp.me/p1pP52-kY
  • It is not always easy to tell the difference between normal sexual exploration and abusive behavior
  • “So a precedence of leniency had been set in an earlier case…” by IHM http://wp.me/p1pP52-gw