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Why Young Sexual Assault Victims Tell Incoherent Stories

Reblogged from The Atlantic Monthly:

As soon as children make allegations, they’re forced to take a crash course on a very daunting topic. This puts them at a huge disadvantage—and their attackers count on it.

Read Natalie Shure’s piece about the advantage abusers have over their young victims,  Why Young Sexual Assault Victims Tell Incoherent Stories.

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