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Sexual Abuse: Common Abusers and What to Look For
Sexual Abuse: Common Abusers and What to Look For

According to the California Coalition Against Sexual Assault , sexual violence survivors make up about 8.6 million people in the state. For many years, the experience of abuse and assault left women with the unfortunate aftermath and uncertainty of their rights. Today, we ...

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    According to the California Coalition Against Sexual Assault , sexual violence survivors make up about 8.6 million people in the state. For many years, the experience of abuse and assault left women ...

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