Why all the Fuss?

Prevalence, effects and trends of child sexual abuse

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By: Diane Roblin-Lee

Predator-Proof Your Family Series – #1
Foreword by Dr. Melodie Bissell
Prevalence, effects and trends of child sexual abuse.

Sexual abuse of children is becoming epidemic in our society. While it has been an issue since the beginning of time, the factors surrounding and influencing it have changed radically with the digitization of society. Because of the long-lasting effects of child molestation and child sexual abuse on individuals – and the ripple effect on their families – we must understand the scope of this issue if we are to have any hope of making the world a safer place for our children.


  • Recognizing the “different world” we live in
  • Why child molestation is called the 21st century plague
  • Oprah’s next job
  • Increased awareness of the crisis of child sexual abuse
  • Who says what’s right or wrong?
  • Child sexual abuse defined
  • Prevalence of child sexual abuse
  • Known consequences of child sexual abuse
  • Maintaining perspective re child sexual abuse
  • Understanding abuse add-ons
  • Economic factors involved in child sexual abuse
  • Issues of denial
  • Incarcerated sex offenders – the tip of the iceberg
  • Why most incidents of child sex abuse are never reported
  • Incest – the family secret
  • “Pedophilia chic “- internet child pornography
  • The “pornographication” of society
  • The cultural paradigm shift needed to protect our children

In the time it took for Ward Cleaver and Fonzie to morph into Homer Simpson and his South Park neighbors, the fiber of humanity changed. Once-safe sidewalks, filled with active children, emptied into avenues where anxious parents now drive their children to school. We’ve been hit hard with a sudden onslaught of sexual child abuse and we have to deal with it. This isn’t television. This isn’t a video game. This is real life. We have to protect our little ones. The “Predator-Proof Your Family” series of nine booklets gives practical (hard earned) insight into how to protect children from child sexual abuse or molestation.


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