Tweet Me - this post might help someone.
Child Sexual Abuse Exists. CSA happens in almost every household irrespective of their social standing; happens equally to boys and girls. And the abuser is not necessarily a male.
It does not matter if you are not a parent. The knowledge you gain today may save a hapless child tomorrow.
A few bloggers, have joined hands and started the Child Sexual Abuse Awareness Blog. Over the month of April 2011, a whole lot of bloggers and non-bloggers will be coming together to
Come join us in the effort and keep our children child safe and make this a better world for them to experience.
Here is how you can participate.
If you would like to add to the discussion or know somebody else who would, please note that we welcome entries
- mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org OR
- posted as FB notes and linked to Child Sexual Abuse Awareness Month Page OR
- posted on your own blog with the badge and linked to the main blog OR
- linked or posted on Twitter tagged twitter.com/CSAAwareness OR
The list of topics is available here. Anonymous contributions are accepted and requests for anonymity will of course be honored. CSA will probably be hosting at least one guest post and encourage you to do the same for non-blogging friends.Please remember to send in a mail with all necessary links or just your input to email@example.com so that we can track your contribution and make sure that it is not inadvertently lost or something.
U can also support it simply by adding our the logo of the initiative in your blog’s sidebar.
<a href=”http://csaawarenessmonth.wordpress.com/” _mce_href=”http://csaawarenessmonth.wordpress.com/” target=”blank”><img src=”http://csaawarenessmonth.files.wordpress.com/2011/03/csa-logo.jpg” _mce_src=”http://csaawarenessmonth.files.wordpress.com/2011/03/csa-logo.jpg” alt=”" /></a>
Being aware and informed is the key. Learn to recognise the signs and help a child. We, as adults owe it to them.