Let’s Talk

Child sexual abuse is a silent epidemic that thrives in secrecy. There is power in starting a dialogue. Talking openly about the prevalence of child sexual abuse brings it out of the darkness and allows real change to occur. Age-appropriate conversations about boundaries (physical and emotional), consent, and inappropriate behaviors can also help reduce the risk of children becoming victims of sexual abuse.

Let’s Talk

Child sexual abuse is a silent epidemic that thrives in secrecy. There is power in starting a dialogue. Talking openly about the prevalence of child sexual abuse brings it out of the darkness and allows real change to occur. Age-appropriate conversations about boundaries (physical and emotional), consent, and inappropriate behaviors can also help reduce the risk of children becoming victims of sexual abuse.


 

Why We Need to Talk

Let’s talk about the facts.


Why is a conversation about child sexual abuse important? Many people don’t know how prevalent the issue is—it’s an epidemic that largely lives in silence. Learn the reality of child sexual abuse and bring it out into the open by starting a conversation.

 

 

How to Talk

Must-Have Conversations for Parents


Having conversations with your kids about their bodies, boundaries, or consent can be awkward. But it’s vital to have these conversations because experts suggest it’s the best way to reduce the risk of sexual abuse. Download these helpful guides of conversations to have with your kids at every age to keep them safe.

 

 

Keep Talking

How to Keep the Conversation Going


Starting conversations with your kids is a great first step, but don’t stop there. Take a look at some of the ways you can get involved in helping us educate about child sexual abuse.

 
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