Tag Archives: Sociology

Celibacy Has Nothing To Do With Child Sexual Abuse

In the beginning of 2002, the news began to break.  Within the Roman Catholic Church, hundreds of priests were being exposed, or accused, of having molested or raped children. Every day for months, articles in newspapers and magazines, and nightly … Continue reading

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Facebook Experiment: Do People Care as Much about Child Sexual Abuse as They Do About Sex, War, and Gay Rights?

April is Child Sexual Abuse Awareness Month, so I just posted a disturbing photo and information about child sexual abuse to my personal Facebook Page. (I have yet to find the courage to post this Blog to my Facebook page). … Continue reading

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Note to Society: Don’t Ever Ask That Stupid Question, “Why Don’t Children Tell Anyone They Are Being Sexually Abused?”

ANTIOCH — “Ranging in age from 9 to 16, six sisters had been sexually abused by their parents virtually every day since they were toddlers before finding hope in 1995 that their nightmare would end. Instead, they say, it grew … Continue reading

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