Aberrant genital practices: an unrecognized form of child sexual abuse.

@article{Hornor1999AberrantGP,
  title={Aberrant genital practices: an unrecognized form of child sexual abuse.},
  author={Gail Hornor and Nancy A. Ryan-Wenger},
  journal={Journal of pediatric health care : official publication of National Association of Pediatric Nurse Associates & Practitioners},
  year={1999},
  volume={13 1},
  pages={
          12-7
        }
}
The sexual abuse of children in the United States is a problem of epidemic proportions. Sexual abuse is defined as any activity with a child that is conducted for the sexual gratification of the perpetrator. Common examples of sexual abuse include vaginal intercourse; oral-genital contact; anal-genital contact; fondling; finger manipulation; and stimulation of the offender. Sexual abuse may also occur in less typical patterns in which children are subjected to aberrant genital care practices… CONTINUE READING

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