The 700 Club Asia Tackles Child Sexual Abuse
Half of the 1,768 inmates on Death Row at the National Penitentiary were convicted for child rape. This was in the year 1991. Government reports show that the number of reported cases of child rape, sexual abuse and incest has been doubling in recent years.
What happens to the psyche and sexual orientation of male and female children who are abused sexually?
How can they overcome the rage, shame and fear of the violation? How can our children be better protected from abuse?
The 700 Club Asia tackles these and other nagging questions revolving around a secret but growing social and psychological malaise that is traumatizing children and youths.
Child sexual abuse victims, even males, can suffer from low self esteem, rage, depression, inability to trust and enjoy intimate relationships, fall into homosexuality, promiscuity, or may later sexually victimize others.
Even male willing victims who enjoy the experience can be haunted by guilt and self-blame, be deeply disoriented by the violation of their childhood and disruption of their natural sexual development. …