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The same is true for you — you must NOT read this list and say to yourself “I ticked off most of these characteristics, so I must have been abused”. Dressing inappropriately (either very modestly or very immodestly) for the weather and their size 5.
Obesity (in my clients about 1/3 of the obese women were sexually abused) 6.
It is important to understand that males can respond to sexual stimulation with an erection or even an orgasm – even in sexual situations that are traumatic or painful. In an otherwise lonely life (for example, one lacking in parental attention or affection – even for a brief period), the attention and pleasure of sexual contact from someone the boy admires can feel good.
But in reality, it’s still about a boy who was vulnerable to manipulation.
Lack boundaries, physically, emotionally and spiritually 9.
Have ‘dead zones’ on the body (for example, may not know body has wet spots after toweling off after a shower, or she may not know how she got a bruise) 10. Can’t remember periods during childhood or realize that everything happened at ‘8 or 9 or…’ 12.
This is usually part of PTSD, but that deserves a post of its own, because of the complexity of the topic. Arousal when reading about a child who’s been victimized.
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Successful men are depicted as never being vulnerable, either physically or emotionally.
(See How Being Male Can Make It Hard to Heal.)Whether you agree with that definition of masculinity or not, boys are not men. They are weaker and more vulnerable than those who sexually abuse or exploit them – who use their greater size, strength and knowledge to manipulate or coerce boys into unwanted sexual experiences and staying silent.