FORMS OF CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE
Sexual conduct or misconduct, sexual abuse or molestation, sexual exploitation, sexual touching, sexualized interaction, sexual comments about a person's body, or other verbal or non-verbal behaviors that facilitated, contributed to, or led up to abuse, regardless of whether or not such behavior was itself sexual or against the law, and regardless of whether the child thought the behavior was sexual abuse at the time.
Sexual abuse includes behavior between a child and an adult and between a child and another child, in each instance without regard to whether such activity involved explicit force, whether such activity involved genital or other physical contact, and whether the child associated the abuse with any physical, psychological, or emotional harm.
Sexual abuse involves behaviors including penetration or fondling of the child's body, other body-on-body contact, or non-contact, behaviors such as observing or making images of a child's naked body, showing or making pornography, or having children behave in sexual behavior as a group.
Requesting personal sexual favors for "rewards"
ABOUT ROYAL RANGERS SEXUAL ABUSE
Sexual abuse occurs when there is undesired sexual behavior by one person upon another, this is also referred to as molestation. It often happens by taking advantage or using force on another. When force is of short duration or immediate, or infrequent it is called sexual assault.
The Royal Rangers faces a number of lawsuits from men who say they were sexually abused as rangers. Reports suggest that many boys may have been victims of sexual abuse as a member of the Royal Rangers.
Children who are physically or sexually abused often show signs that should be taken seriously. Unfortunately, when children exhibit signs that something isn't right, it's often brushed off by parents, legal guardians, and other adults who should be alarmed.
The Royal Rangers organization includes these entities:
· National Royal Rangers Ministries
· Assemblies of God
· Royal Rangers
· Adventure Rangers
· Discovery Rangers
· Expedition Rangers
· Ranger Kids
SIGNS & SYMPTOMS
Signs of Royal Rangers Abuse can manifest in numerous ways. Children are typically honest about how they feel. If they're experiencing physical pain, or are upset about something, they will likely express it in some way. Sadly, child predators also impose their will on children who don't have the ability to communicate. In addition, some predators convince children that abusive behavior is normal, making it less likely that children will speak up. However, there are many indisputable signs that may indicate that abuse has occurred. They include, but are not limited to:
Disrupted sleep and frequent nightmares
May seem withdrawn or distant
Depression, fear, anxiety, and mood swings
Loss of appetite or other changes in eating habits
Cuts, bruises, abrasions, skin discoloration, and burns
Pain, bleeding, or unusual discharge from the genitals
Sudden bed wetting
Running away from home
Drug or alcohol addiction
Lawsuits are currently being filed by abuse victims across the United States. Victims who were abused across the country, need to speak up! If you or a loved one have been sexually abused while in the Royal Rangers, you might be eligible for financial compensation for your pain and suffering. Don’t suffer in silence. Fill out a no-cost claim review to see if you are eligible to receive compensation. – complete the free and easy claim review form today.
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