Category Archive: BloggersSpeak

Save a Smile says ArtNavy

I bumped into a parent and doctor on the flight recently who said “Let kids get a lot of touch at home from their parents. Daily. Especially from the parent of the opposite… Continue reading

Child Sexual Abuse Awareness Month By Sangitha

We have spoken to the kids about good touch and bad touch.  I am here the whole time and even have prescribed limits on where they can be in the community I live… Continue reading

To Sum it up – 2

Child abuse is a crime, however more than a crime it is a act that robs the sense among the small children. If you know any incident, don’t be afraid to raise a voice,… Continue reading

We Know and We Care

Child sexual abuse happens more often than one would like to believe. It was very inspiring to read about the stories of the survivors of sexual abuse. It was indeed brave of them… Continue reading

Education – The First Step to Prevent Abuse says Itchingtowrite

A pertinent question I often ask myself is – how do I make a child understand prevention of abuse unless the child understands what exactly is sexual abuse? Isn’t education the first step… Continue reading

To Sum it up – 1

We have been overwhelmed by the response, touched by the response. So many stories, so many posts. Thank you for supporting us and caring enough for the cause. However owing to this its… Continue reading

Guard your sons too says Monika

I think its a inherit part of our culture which makes us believe that boys are above all this. We as a society don’t want to handle the CSA issue because for us the… Continue reading

Protecting Boys from CSA by Sue

He has been born a boy in a world where he is expected to let go of my protection much sooner than a sister of his would, where he is expected to deal… Continue reading

How to be strong by Kumari

Every night as I tuck them to sleep, I whisper a promise to protect them with all my might and wisdom and then I cry inside because I am scared that despite all… Continue reading

How soon is it to begin, discusses Kiran.

It is never too early to teach your children about their bodies, and that no one has the authority to touch their bodies. The earlier the better I say. Don’t ever be the… Continue reading