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  • Yes, this is true.

    This is because sexual abuse is everywhere. So many times, people blame the victim. People say that the victims are liars. For these reasons, sexual abuse needs a great deal of legal protection. Sexual abuse, especially with child victims, happens far more often than it is reported. With legal protections, people might be more willing to come forward.

  • Yes, sexual abuse should have all the legal protection allowed under the constitution.

    Sexual abuse is perhaps the most heinous crime of any that a person could experience. It takes away the victim's self-esteem, self-worth and their dignity. When you consider those factors, it becomes absolutely necessary that anyone having experienced such a hostile and painful act should have all the legal protections possible. Our Country should go above and beyond what is expected to protect innocent people who have gone through such a horrible experience, especially children. I believe as a nation, we should all rise above politics or shame, and make sexual abuse legal protection a priority and not stop until we've accomplished it.

  • Yes, I think so.

    Many survivors choose to raise children that were conceived as a result of the sexual assault. In some states, perpetrators of the crime, even if convicted, can sue for parental rights, such as custody and visitation. While a number of states have laws preventing these suits, protection is not universal across the country.

  • It is so rampant.

    Sexual abuse is everywhere. So many times, people blame the victim. People say that the victims are liars. For these reasons, sexual abuse needs a great deal of legal protection. Sexual abuse, especially with child victims, happens far more often than it is reported. With legal protections, people might be more willing to come forward.

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