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U.S. & World News
Jump to new posts Re: of course! by victor-victim @ 5 minutes 35 seconds ago

it likely promotes prevention as well. education empowers.
U.S. & World News
Jump to new posts of course! by traveler @ Today at 03:09 AM

Teaching kids about sex abuse in school encourages reporting, review says. http://www.foxnews.com/health/2015/04/17...intcmp=obinsite
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Jump to new posts Re: These people! by Austin54 @ Today at 02:48 AM

The site doesn't mention anything about the victims. Also if the repeat arrest rate is so low, what if the 90% become smarter, or perhaps some of them begin to abduct/enslave or even kill their victims? I am not convinced.
Male Survivors
Jump to new posts Re: Ashamed and hating myself by smc1972 @ Today at 01:27 AM

I appreciate all the comments and I know this is not something I will ever probably get over. I am embarked and the shame I guess is the hardest part for me. Just making the post I felt sick about because I am hung up one the sex part of my life now
Gay/Bi/Trans Survivors
Jump to new posts Re: a second by honorableman @ Yesterday at 10:56 PM

Hey G, I hope you feel better bro'. I think Newground has some good advice in reminding you (me also) that because you were hurt in the past by a make and a female does not mean that they are ALL bad. You have my support - Michael
Male Survivors
Jump to new posts Re: Ashamed and hating myself by honorableman @ Yesterday at 10:35 PM

Well said! Leave your guilt and shame at the door! Bravo, Smartshadow, You are healing! You lived through it! Michael
Male Survivors
Jump to new posts Re: Ashamed and hating myself by SmartShadow @ Yesterday at 09:53 PM

Originally Posted By: smc1972Thanks but I do feel alone with this though I know I am not. I just feel like I will never get things to pass. That I will always have these issues which depresses me. I try not to let things creep in to my mind but then
Male Survivors
Jump to new posts Re: living with my perp .....trigger warning by SmartShadow @ Yesterday at 08:41 PM

Hay that's got to be tought. It sounds like you are not experiencing current abuse and that you feel safe where you are at. Is that right? It also sounds like you are in the thick of it being constantly triggered because you are in the same environ
Male Survivors
Jump to new posts Re: Ashamed and hating myself by SayItRight @ Yesterday at 07:11 PM

Everyone up there in this thread has already had so much good to say. I don't have much new to add but wanted to share in case it's helpful. Also, the book "Abused Boys" that GoodKiwi recommends was very helpful to me too. Originally Post
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Jump to new posts Re: i love you by Sterling @ Yesterday at 05:45 PM

GIVING MYSELF THERAPY. PLEASE DONT TAKE THIS PERSONALLY! okay i have 13 minutes. h why did i type this that. i wanted to type and did i dont want to spell your name. and then . even thou all porn is blocked at a library terminal where i am.
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Jump to new posts Re: i love you by Sterling @ Yesterday at 05:21 PM

last night. Apollo 18. "don't want to" don't want to what? touch you. then I wake-up in los angeles. yea. boring. horror. if I spell penis. if I like it. then I turn into gay. if I am gay. then gay. but I don't want to
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Jump to new posts Re: i love you by Sterling @ Yesterday at 05:09 PM

thanks Sir Vic!! Gee.
Gay/Bi/Trans Survivors
Jump to new posts Re: a second by Sterling @ Yesterday at 05:07 PM

thanks so much. Need as much as I can. Very difficult to go thru, as you all know. hugs, G
Health and Wellbeing
Jump to new posts Re: Family Blacksheeping and American Inheritance Law by Becoming Other @ Yesterday at 05:03 PM

Continuing from Brashier page 99 " For instance, a Louisiana parent can disinherit a child who has done any of the following: attempted to take the parent's life; accused the parent, without reasonable cause, of committing certain egregious cri
Health and Wellbeing
Jump to new posts Re: Family Blacksheeping and American Inheritance Law by Becoming Other @ Yesterday at 04:50 PM

STELLA: There weren't any papers, she didn't show any papers, I don't care about papers. STANLEY: Have you ever heard of the Napoleonic code? STELLA: No, Stanley, I haven't heard of the Napoleonic code, if I have, I don't see what it-- STANLEY: Let m
Health and Wellbeing
Jump to new posts Re: Family Blacksheeping and American Inheritance Law by Becoming Other @ Yesterday at 04:36 PM

from Brasher's notes: " The forms of child inheritance protection encountered most frequently are based on either the civil-law concept of a fixed, fractional forced inheritance ( such as the legitime ) or the discretionary judicial award of ma
Spirituality and Survivors
Jump to new posts Re: Religion / Science by Serious Dave @ Yesterday at 04:36 PM

BAM! I love it! Thanks so much.
Poetry
Jump to new posts Re: fishing for feedback by honorableman @ Yesterday at 04:15 PM

I think it is great and you have my positive feedback. I agree we need to provide feedback to each other and support one another.You do have my support, Victor! H-Man
Health and Wellbeing
Jump to new posts Re: Family Blacksheeping and American Inheritance Law by Becoming Other @ Yesterday at 04:11 PM

Brashier, pg 98 " In a civil-law country, a testator generally cannot deprive his child of an inheritance even when his will includes the clearest possible attempts to do so. . . . The inheritance laws of most jurisdictions in the United States
Male Survivors
Jump to new posts Re: Remembering the forgotten - Triggers by KMCINVA @ Yesterday at 04:05 PM

Paul I know you understand all too well what I am living. Your comments are the memories not being as intense is generally true. I believe my sense of intensity had more to do with the nature of the interview--just preparing me if I need to speak t
Health and Wellbeing
Jump to new posts Re: Family Blacksheeping and American Inheritance Law by Becoming Other @ Yesterday at 03:56 PM

Jose and Kitty Menendez came here from a Spanish speaking country. Well, in most of the Spanish speaking world it is not even possible to disinherit a child. The minor or adult child wouldn't even need to hire a lawyer. Brasier pg 90 " Sometim
Poetry
Jump to new posts Re: fishing for feedback by Shyshark @ Yesterday at 03:27 PM

I'm still reading victor ... and trying to keep up ... and enjoying much of what I read.
Poetry
Jump to new posts Re: Sicko by Shyshark @ Yesterday at 03:22 PM

I'm going to have to think on this a bit Ben ... I see a few ways to look at this poem. It's a great poem. Thank you.
Health and Wellbeing
Jump to new posts Family Blacksheeping and American Inheritance Law by Becoming Other @ Yesterday at 03:15 PM

Do you want America to continue to be filled with people living in prisons, mental hospitals, and under bridges, or just otherwise driven out of the labor market? Do you want people to be able to continue to abuse their children, and then justify it
Male Survivors
Jump to new posts Re: Ashamed and hating myself by Markgambier @ Yesterday at 01:59 PM

I also agree that the things that happened to us -- and our reaction to them at the time -- become deeply ingrained in how we instinctively see ourselves today. Those events and thoughts become welded together back then and will most likely always be
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