Sexual abuse of minors, an historical phenomenon which can be found in every culture and in every society, has relatively recently become the object of systematic study. This is due to the changed sensibility of public opinion on a topic that in the past was considered a taboo. A small percentage of victims said that they asked for help. Behind this reluctance could be the fear of vendetta, feelings of guilt, shame, confusion, distrust in institutions, cultural and social conditioning, but also misinformation regarding the services and structures that can help. The one thing that is certain is that millions of children in the world are victims of exploitation and sexual abuse.
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Sexual Assault Statistics | National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC)
Cohen Milstein is a litigation and advocacy leader in fighting sexual abuse, sex crimes, including sex trafficking, and domestic violence — before judges, juries and state legislatures. Our work representing victims in their pursuit of justice has resulted in precedent-setting settlements and victories, including addressing repressed memory issues and state statutes of limitations. Our advocacy efforts to make foster care systems safer for children is frequently cited by judges. In championing the rights of our clients, who include children and adults, as well as adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse, we have battled formidable institutions, including well-funded religious organizations, schools and universities, state foster care and protective services organizations, and healthcare institutions, as well as individual perpetrators.
Sexual Assault / Abuse
Sexual abuse toward children and adolescents is a stark reality worldwide. A common misperception about child sexual abuse CSA is that it is a rare event perpetrated against girls by male strangers in poor, inner-city areas. To the contrary, CSA is a much too common occurrence that results in harm to millions of children, boys and girls alike, in large and small communities, and across a range of cultures and socioeconomic backgrounds. These acts are perpetrated by many types of offenders, including men and women, strangers, trusted friends or family, and people of all sexual orientations, socioeconomic classes, and cultural backgrounds. CSA encompasses many types of sexually abusive acts toward children, including sexual assault, rape, incest, and the commercial sexual exploitation of children.
For years, child survivors of sexual abuse have been blocked from suing their perpetrators for damages by laws requiring these lawsuits be filed within a short period of time. In New York, survivors had to file by their 21 st birthdays. But in January—after years of fierce opposition from the Catholic Church, insurance companies and the former Republican-led state Senate—the New York State Assembly passed the Child Victims Act , extending the time survivors have to file civil suits against perpetrators until they turn 55 years old. ChildVictimsAct pic. After the law went into effect on Wednesday, the floodgates opened to lawsuits against priests, boy scout leaders, camp counselors, teachers, coaches, doctors— and the institutions that tolerate their abusive behavior.