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Non-Touching Sexual Abuse

Non-Touching Sexual Abuse
Non-touching sexual abuse is when someone shows a child movies, pictures or Internet sites with pornography. When they expose their private body parts to a child. Non-touching sexual abuse is also when someone asks a child to pose for a picture without their clothes on,  in a sexual way that makes a child feel uncomfortable, or when someone takes a child’s picture while they’re doing something sexual. The abuser could encourage the child to watch or listen to people who are engaging in sexual acts, or could want to watch the child undress or bathe. Sexual harassment is sexual abuse. By teasing a child or causing the child to have uncomfortable feelings about their body or certain clothes, by calling a child bad names. The child might be afraid to tattle, or they might want the abuser to think the harassment doesn’t matter. It is important to believe and listen to the child if they disclose. Do not over react, stay calm and get the details with no leading questions. You can say tell me what happened? Many times this behavior, also known as the grooming process, leads to touching and sexual abuse. #childsexualabuse  #preventchildsexualabuse


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