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“Because we want you to know
that you’re never alone, and that
someone is always awake and there
for you, even if you don’t need them.”
LGBTQ Interfamilial 100,000 CSEC
an abuser forms or fosters an emotional attachment (“friendship,” “love,” etc…) in the life of a victim."
"...a classic tactic abusers use to maintain their position of exploitation."
"We’ve encountered children who are not happy to leave their abuser because they’ve grown attached to them. Be aware of this potential complexity as you approach a piece."
Frame Experiences As Events, Not Identities
"It’s more accurate and dignifying to victims to simply say what happened in the past instead of framing your language in a way that carries that event into a stationary identity for the person. Instead of “Trafficking survivor, Jessica, ….” say “Jessica, who escaped trafficking in 2010…”
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