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About Us

We are tired of the gloomy, unapproachable and undiverse messaging around childhood sexual abuse. There isn’t a widely-recognised space where victims and those who want to support them can get frank advice in an informal, friendly way – no trauma porn, no gossip, but just advice on how to have these conversations in an approachable setting. We’ve seen movements for consent, safe sex, and inclusive sex education, but we have not seen anything specific for child sexual abuse.

How did this come about?

This project was started by Sophia Luu, a designer and survivor, after releasing a comic book about having more approachable conversations with those who experienced child sexual abuse. She is tired of the lack of approachable and relatable resources on this topic. The first round of podcasts was released in March 2023, and has now grown into an event platform and consultancy. 

Who is this for?

Anyone who knows someone who was abused as a child and wish to support them (which should be everyone, given that 1 in 4 people in the UK and Ireland have experienced child sexual abuse).

What is child sexual abuse?

There are many definitions of child sexual abuse, but the most important thing to remember is if you have doubts about if you experienced child abuse – you most likely did. Abuse can be “penetrative” “non-penetrative” or “non-contact”. For more definitions, see Sophia’s comic book.

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