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“1 in 4 girls and 1 in 6 boys will be sexually abused before the age of 18.” (1)
“Child sexual abuse is a silent epidemic. Perpetrators operate in the darkness and use the silence of society as a tool to manipulate their victims and continue offending.” ~ Cecibel Contreras
The “It was Me Campaign” is a movement against child sexual abuse which starts by simply saying "It was Me.” Each signature is a means of expression to create a platform for survivors of child sexual abuse to come forward with their story.
Our Mission is to create and execute preventive methods, education and spread awareness regarding Child Sexual Abuse to adults, children and professionals through workshops and seminars through distribution of written materials.
Our Goal is to have various laws pass in all 50 states that will provide support needed for child sexual abuse victims such as: the Jessica's Law and the Erin’s Law. We are fighting for the removal of the statute of limitations for this cause. However, our ultimate goal is to have a new law passed that we’ll propose titled: the “Survivors of Sexual Abuse Protection and Resource Act!” This act will provide free counseling, support and resources to those who cannot afford psychotherapy, counseling and other psychological treatments to cope with this heartbreaking trauma.
Our Vision is to travel the 50 states and collect as many signatures as possible from survivors and forward the signatures to Washington DC as proof that we are facing a staggering epidemic of sexual abuse as the first step towards passing into law the “Survivors of Sexual Abuse Protection and Resource Act!”
As an advocate working for many years with survivors of child sexual abuse and know firsthand, being a survivor of incest, child sexual abuse and human trafficking, about the lack of support and resources endured as well as expensive treatments. Many survivors endure a lifetime of pain without protection, support nor resources to help cope and deal with the aftermath of the sexual abuse such as: Dissociative Identity Disorder, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Depression and/or Substance Abuse.
Children who are sexually abused develop significant psychological and emotional distress because they are traumatized during the most critical period of their lives.
This Campaign is dedicated to ALL survivors! Your financial support is very much appreciated!