Tag Archives: Siophan Boucher

A disturbing child sex abuse case that raises awkward questions about insurers — David Hencke

CROSS POSTED ON BYLINE.COM My colleague Tim Wood reveals on the Exaro website today a damning story about how a victim of historic child sex abuse was failed by the Church of England because it took more notice of its … Continue reading

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Teen Safety from Sex Trafficking

Originally posted on Teen Voices Unite :
Training is scheduled for October 22, 2014 from 5:00 pm-7:00 pm at the Chandler City Council Chambers located at 88 E. Chicago Chandler, AZ 85225 which is in the back of Chandler City Hall…

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It Happened In The 20’s, It’s Happening Today.

Originally posted on 101 Days for the Slaves:
Thoroughly Modern Millie, a musical set in the twenties, is a delightful comedy, but it’s not all fun and games. It also has an important message. The stage production of Millie was performed…

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Citizenship Should Be Revokable

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What’s in a Name

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My ‘Coming Out’: Surviving Trauma And Managing Post-Traumatic Stress

Originally posted on Just A Little Red:
When I was in college I kept a knife within an arm’s reach, but concealed in the bed that I slept at night. I also slept in my clothes, complete with running shoes.…

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Anatomy of An Adolescent Rebellion

Originally posted on Brittany Harrison:
As my last post probably demonstrated, I was kind of an intense 11 year old. Puberty was relatively kind to me in most outward ways: I didn’t go through any awkward new growth spurts (I’d…

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