Tag Archive: BloggersSpeak

Be a Momzilla. Keep Your Child Safe from Sexual Abuse by Rita

When I was growing up, my parents, especially my father, guarded me like a hawk. Considering how awareness about Child Sexual Abuse in those days was almost non-existent, I’m sure they were considered… Continue reading

Teachers and prevention of CSA by Meeta Sengupta

As a teacher, if you stand me in front of a classroom and tell me to speak to the young ones about CSA, I would freeze. If you tell me first, and then… Continue reading

CSA Awareness Month April 2012 – Grey Areas by The Blue bride

I’m late doing this because frankly after seeing the prelaunch teaser on a blog, I never saw anything else, until a real life event jolted me into searching for a link. And here… Continue reading

Young Mum by Pallavi Borah

There is no universal definition of child sexual abuse. However, a central characteristic of any abuse is the dominant position of an adult that allows him or her to force or coerce a… Continue reading

Children in Cyber World by Cybermum India

Children in Cyber World Last week I had the honour of being a part of a very interactive twitter chat with parents, due to my being the McAfee Cybermum India  under the aegis… Continue reading

If its April, it must be Child Sexual Abuse Awareness Month! by kbpm

I suppose many have you have been following the awesome effort on CSAA. If not go there right now: Child Sexual Abuse Awareness Month. The team has spared no effort in making this… Continue reading

CSAAM April 2012 – A better world for tomorrow by KG3

I have been wanting to participate in the Child Sexual Awareness Program, (CSA) ever since this started. Unfortunately, I have been only a silent spectator following the program, but never really having the… Continue reading

Never a Hero to Me Review by WordsnDreamz

Tracy Black is the pseudonym for the author who writes about her childhood of abuse. Tracy was just 5 years old when her mother got hospitalized and her father uses the opportunity to… Continue reading

Body Safety Skills For Kids by Jayneen Sanders

Jayneen Sanders, author of “Some Secrets Should Never Be Kept” offers a simple curriculum to teach kids how to protect their own bodily integrity. We teach water safety and road safety to our… Continue reading

Be A Flintstone! by Harish Iyer

I knew the taste of semen. When I was barely seven. I didn’t know how to react against the act, Though I did detest, I didn’t protest. Against incest. Blame me! Me then,… Continue reading