Among the Voiceless — the rip[ple] effect

It will never be very popular to campaign for the welfare of the sexually abused child. Unlike other causes which engender public demonstrations and extensive media coverage, it languishes in the shadows of shame and neglect. Children have no voice, and by the time they do it is often to late to even prosecute the offender. With the […]

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