We are not experts - While we do value, support, and stand with all survivors and their loved ones, we are not or claim to be in any way experts able to offer professional services or guidance. We do, however, have a resource page on our website (link in bio) that will lead you to the experts that have many educational and support resources. We are simply sharing our experience and opinions as well as learning as much as we can, often posting the information we find, and using that information to advocate for changes that will protect children.
We do not endorse any person(s) or organization(s) – We endorse children and any ideas/causes/policies that will protect children. We welcome working alongside person(s)/organization(s) that has those same goals. All opinions expressed are ours.
We want children being hurt to report – While we will be discussing the challenges and changes needed to the current systems, and the difficulties encountered by many when they report child sexual abuse, this in no way means we do not encourage and want children and others to report abuse. Reporting is always better than not reporting. We do encourage any reports be made at a Children’s Advocacy Center if possible, as they have the needed resources to protect the child, ease the process, and offer much needed resources. Even if there is not an ideal legal outcome after reporting, telling the truth and getting the help needed is critically important for the child. Above all – believe, protect, and defend the child.