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She is also at the stage where she is very interested in what a penis is and what a vagina is – she occasionally can be found on the floor probing her vagina.
But, is there anything I should be concerned about and how do I recognize real abuse of a child?
He is careful to say that there’s not enough data to compare the prevalence of child sex abuse in Protestant and Catholic institutions, but he’s convinced the problem has reached a crisis point. In 2012, Christian radio host Janet Mefferd declared, “This is an epidemic going on in churches. When are evangelicals going to wake up and say we have a massive problem in our own churches?
” For years, Protestants have assumed they were immune to the abuses perpetrated by celibate Catholic priests.
Begin by teaching them the proper names and significance of their private parts as soon as they are able to understand (about age 3).
Tchividjian had become convinced that the Protestant world is teetering on the edge of a sex-abuse scandal similar to the one that had rocked the Catholic Church.
But Tchividjian believes that Protestant churches, groups, and schools have been worse than Catholics in their response.
Mission fields, he says, are “magnets” for would-be molesters; ministries and schools do not understand the dynamics of abuse; and “good ol’ boy” networks routinely cover up victims’ stories to protect their reputations.
Sexual abuse includes any activity with a child for the sexual gratification of an adult or significantly older child (more than about 4 years older).The scenario you have described is the most frequent way actual abuse is detected.Whatever turns out to be true, we must prepare our children to protect themselves against sexual abuse.Since that time she has said nothing else and on gentle questioning she said it did not happen.There are no behavioral changes and her behavior towards the man in question has not changed at all. I have no idea why she said this and my feeling is that it is completely innocent.
Children who have actually been abused will often recant their initial statement because they are afraid of their abuser or because their abuser convinces them that this is “their little secret.” And, children who have never been sexually abused will, based on normal child development, go through phases of curiosity and misunderstandings about their genitals and about sexual activity.