I think this is part of what actually makes the ASA forum so inactive. Folks who have had ASA but have CSA in their background tend to post mostly over in the CSA forums.
Which often leaves folks like me - ASA with no CSA - left in mostly lurking/reading mode as we sort of feel like we haven't really much right to say much in the CSA part of the forums since it doesn't apply in my case.
Yes, I'm learning that many of the after-effects are identical, but the fact remains that I was 38 when it happened, not a child, so it really doesn't have a place in being discussed in the CSA forum.
This is part of the reason I post so little around here. I read a lot. But I talk very little on the boards. I talk a little more freely in the chat - sometimes. But even there often when it turns to CSA-specific subjects, I find myself feeling a little bit the odd-man-out and quieting down.
I really think one of the reasons the ASA forum is so little used is because there is such a high number of folks that have both CSA and ASA, and while it does happen (obviously), folks like me who have ASA only, no CSA, seem to be a little rarer.
I hope this makes sense.. I'm not sure if I got my points across very well. But I tried.
Adapt. Overcome. Survive.