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Why child-on-child sex abuse is on the rise

Beth’s story is heartbreaking, but it is becoming more common.

Beth* first realised something was wrong when her daughter complained of a rash “down there”.

She was a happy nine-year-old. It was inconceivable this could be a sexual problem.

The truth, as it turned out, was even more horrifying.

Read more at: Porn lures young children, The Age, June 2015

The number of children sexually abusing other children has risen steeply, with treatment services reporting that pornography and family violence are fuelling the trend.

Children as young as four are being referred to programs for problem sexual behaviour as more parents and schools detect abuse in the family home and in the playground.

The Royal Children’s Hospital’s Gatehouse service saw 350 new cases in the past financial year – more than double the previous year. Of those children, 60 per cent were abusing a sibling; more than 90 per cent had experienced or witnessed family violence.

Read more at: Porn linked to surge in child-on-child sex abuse cases 

• How many relationships has porn ruined?
• How many marriages has it mauled?
• How many have deserted their purposeful path in pursuit of porn’s mirage of pleasures?
• How many have chased porn’s promises of passion, arriving at the dead-ends of disconnection and depression?

Australia’s kids urgently need to be protected from the influences of pornography. They deserve cleanfeed internet. 

Are you a porn user? Check out this tool to help you break free.


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This entry was posted on July 29, 2015 by in Events/campaigns.


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