• Victims of sexual abuse feel too shamed to speak out!

    Victims of sexual abuse feel too shamed to speak out, and that’s why it continues to happen

    Roshi Fernando has witten an article in The Guardian, speaking out about the sexual abuse she has suffered from the age of 11. She wanted to speak out because she believe that the shame the victims of sexual abuse feel is one of the reasons sexual abuse continues to occur in our society.

    When individuals come forward and speak out about sexual abuse or domestic violence, it not only raises the awareness, and helps to keep the issue in the public eye and media, but it also provides a platform or is a catalyst for other victims/survivors to seek help and support.

    It is good to note that Roshi Fernando, who wrote this article, highlights that they are not speaking for all victims of sexual abuse, as quite rightly she points out that each case will have differences as well as similarities, and yet the author states that they “want to speak out because I [they] believe that the shame the victims of sexual abuse feel is one of the reasons sexual abuse continues to occur in our society”

    Some victims of sexual abuse do fear coming forward and disclosing what has happened through fear and shame, but equally some victims do not want to air what has happened in the media yet may report what has happened to the authorities because they may need to explore and work through their own trauma and experiences in their own way on their own, or through the support, help and guidance of trained professionals.

    Read the article here

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