As a therapist who works primarily with male survivors of sexual abuse, I am grateful for the conversations that Leaving Neverland has sparked. As a society, we have still yet to fully understand or recognise how boys and men experience sexual assault and/or abuse.
Enabling the wellbeing of male survivors of sexual violence.
You can’t go back and change the beginning, but you can start from where you are and change the ending.
E kore a muri e hokia, heoi anō, nōu anō te mana ki tō ara whakamua
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