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Richard's original Violence UnSilenced post appeared here on April 8, 2010. It is currently estimated that one in six boys is a victim of sexual abuse; for more, visit 1in6.org.

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ohjennymae
ohjennymae

i only hope we can take this conversation to the right place and educate people about what it is and what they can do to help prevent abuse.

Richard
Richard

Everyone, feel free to share my story with anyone you think needs to read it. Thank you for all of your kind words.

Fran
Fran

Richard, thank you for speaking out again. It is vital that we remain vigilant and aware, guarding our children and the community. I appreciate your transparency in sharing your journey.

Jennifer
Jennifer

Bravo, Richard! You are absolutely right. Society holds a stigma towards those who were victimized, and it's not right! The shame belongs to the abusers. More people, men particularly, should speak out. Show that it has happened to good people.

Pippi
Pippi

Thankyou for writing a followup. I hope we are all making a difference here over time. You are an inspiration to me still.

Chris
Chris

Thank you for explaining to people so many if the reasons abuse like this hurts the abused. Sometimes it's hard to verbalize how sexual abuse takes so much from your security and sense of self. Thank you also for reframing the discussion and not making excuses for people, adults, who do not protect children or turn a blind eye or at the very least, fail to be informed of the risks and try to inoculate the children against them. Mostly, thank you for having the tremendous courage to speak about your sexual abuse. Talking us how we expose it to the light of day, exorcise the shame and prevent some kids from having to go through this.

Danielle
Danielle

Thank you Richard.
I have been speaking with a lot of old friends from college lately. We were all artists, dancers,actors -theatricals. And more and more all of us are revealing childhood abuse. I ask myself: why? What is it that draws broken children to the arts? And your words broke it open for me. We could tell in our work. We can express the shame, fear, rage and loss. We can scream our sorrow and shatter our illusions. But for me, it didn't heal enough.I guess that is why I ran away from my gifts. Only in speaking the words of my abuse and facing my own reflection and seeing past their lies did I begin to truly accept myself. And be healed.

Thank you for sharing your original post and thank you for the follow up. That is what sharing does. It opens up pathways to healing and understanding. May where ever your journey takes you next be filled with joy.

Anissa
Anissa

Richard, thank you. For sharing your experience and keeping those important conversations happening.

Scott
Scott

I too waited 35 years to tell anyone my story and am really just starting the process of healing. I thank you for sharing this and for encouraging the dialogue that we so desperately need to have.

MommaKiss
MommaKiss

I have 2 very young sons, and it's true what Ann said - the news of these coaches has caused us to talk more about this awful subject. Syracuse basketball is a key part of their sports viewing - so they saw the reports. I relayed to them a notion that one article recently revealed - we need to stop calling these "men" monsters. Because they're not, they're you're average, friendly, even worshiped and loved men. Even if THEY touch you inappropriately or make you feel uncomfortable, it's not OK and anything they ever tell me, I'll have their back.

Thank you for your update, very important.

Sarah
Sarah

"Nationally, we’re having the wrong conversation." I couldn't have said it better, Richard. This was a keen, eloquent, and relevant post.

We need more men's voices to join the chorus. Thank you so much for sharing yours here.

Mr Lady
Mr Lady

THis hits me so close to home, Richard. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

Stacy @bklynstacy
Stacy @bklynstacy

What a brilliant post. I want to stand on the mountains and read this aloud to all of America. We do focus on the wrong things, we do focus on the individual cases, instead of the larger truths. I am so appreciative that you have shared your story and that you are back to tell a larger one. I, for one, will keep doing all the work I can to keep this conversation going. I have seen the changes that happen when we teach people not to be afraid of the dark side of humanity, but instead to talk about its existence; then it is possible to link hands and beat the dark back into the shadows. Thank you for your bravery, honesty and wisdom.

Ann
Ann

Phenomenal post. I want you to know that Sandusky's case caused me to start a whole new kind of conversation with my kids. Not just "no one should touch your private parts but you and the doctor for 2 seconds at your annual exam"

but rather how even people we know and trust--if they do anything at all to make them feel uncomfortable--to speak up. I told them specifically how he was a famous coach that everyone loved and he used toys and special things they boys didn't have and desperately wanted to get them to do things they didn't want to do. My kids are only 5 and 7, but I just knew they needed more information.

Thank you for this post. Off to share.

nic @mybottlesup
nic @mybottlesup

thank you, richard. i remember your story and i'm grateful for your continued strength and encouragement for others to speak out. you are brave.

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