If You Discover Your Girlfriend Se33xually Abused A Boy-Child, What Would You Do To Her?
If You Discover Your Girlfriend Se33xually Abused A Boy-Child, Would You (a) Report Her and Face Disgrace Too? or (b) Secretly Break Up With Her?
It is open to debate if the ratio between girl-child and boy-child molestation is equal or partial. Due to inability to accurately deduce the statistics between these groups, public opinion seems to sway in favor of the girl-child molestation more than the boy-child, as that is usually the most publicized.
Truth is, unlike the girl-child who will feel the physical pain of being molested, the boy-child unconsciously might gain some pleasure of off it.
Research shows that from the ages of 9, se33x is already on the mind of a boy-child, especially if he is exposed to se33xual experiences at an earlier age either through the TV Set, Internet or Music Videos.
Although most boys wouldn’t act on it until probably later, at their own pace. Molestation breaks the proper se33xual psychology of the boy-child and alters, manipulates or in extreme situations, damages his mindset towards se33x and women.
“Because a lot of our stories about men is that they’re sort of in charge se33xually, when there is se33xual abuse it really undercuts all of our social scripts. It is not only a violation of a boy’s boundaries and their most personal autonomy, that biggest right to privacy of the self, but it also contradicts their sense of masculinity.” – Elizabeth Saewyc, LiveScience
Now, who are these women doing this? Your sister, Your wife, Your Daughter, Your Cousin, Your Mother, Your Girlfriend? WHO?!