http://bit.ly/2QCn0FA Far from being ostracised, Matzneff has benefited for decades from a platform in some of France’s top literary venues. First in 1975 and again in 1990, he was interviewed on public television by Bernard Pivot, who for three decades hosted France’s most-watched literary talk shows. Pivot also served fromContinue Reading

http://bit.ly/2RTcpZ9 Most likely, our cultural ignorance regarding male sexual abuse stems from the fact that American males (and males in most other cultures) are expected to be invulnerable and to not feel emotional pain. In other words, guys are supposed to be macho and in control and to fend forContinue Reading

https://tcrn.ch/35nXEkUhttps://tcrn.ch/35nXEkUhttps://tcrn.ch/35nXEkU A new report from Israeli online child protection startup L1ght — previously AntiToxin Technologies — has uncovered a host of toxic content hiding within the popular GIF-sharing community, including illegal child abuse content, depictions of rape and other toxic imagery associated with topics like white supremacy and hate speech.Continue Reading

https://www.coe.int/en/web/children/-/so-this-is-sexual-abuse- “So, this is sexual abuse?” is a new child-friendly booklet for teenagers (aged 12 and up), to explore some of the ways in which sexual abuse and exploitation of children can occur today. The main message of the publication is that children are not alone when they have questions.Continue Reading

https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/401230/royal-commission-jehovah-s-witness-elders-told-to-destroy-documents Survivors guess there could be several hundred unacknowledged cases in New Zealand, where Jehovah’s Witness believers number 14,000 out of a global following of eight million. A video of the Jehovah’s Witnesses’ headquarters records a manager telling elders everywhere to destroy documents was leaked last year to the PhiladelphiaContinue Reading

Greenland Calls On Denmark to Help Fight Child Sexual Abuse https://t.co/1pCUYgoqT1 — MaleSurvivor (@MaleSurvivorORG) September 29, 2019 Greenland’s problems, and Tasiilaq’s in particular, echo those of other indigenous Arctic communities facing changing lifestyles. In a 2008 survey of Inuits in Canada, 52 percent of female respondents said they had experiencedContinue Reading