They can worry that they do not enjoy it as they believe they are supposed. If a young teenage boy is seduced by an older women, he's considered by some to have got lucky. Boys' socialisation makes them less likely to tell of abuse, and the danger is that if they have been abused by women, the response may not be empathic. Vote Celebrating a century since Irish women won the right to vote. Cian O Tighearnaigh, chief executive of the ISPCC, reckons likely female sex offenders at approximately 10 per cent on the basis of his society's broad span of services, with direct reports to Childline averaging 5 per cent. The most recent Irish research was first published in , before the overall problem of child sex abuse had reached present terrifying levels of disclosure. If Ms Saradjian is right, hundreds of Irish men may still be grieving their lost childhoods. Not believing is a long-established response to child sex abuse. Not an Irish Times subscriber?
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