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Empowering and Inspiring Women Globally- Missing Native American Women 11/30 by DiannaBelleRose | Entertainment Podcasts

: Empowering and Inspiring Women Globally- Missing Native American Women 11/30 by DiannaBelleRose | Entertainment Podcasts

 

 No one knows precisely how many Native American women and girls are missing or murdered because some cases go unreported, others aren’t documented thoroughly and there isn’t a specific government database tracking these cases. The issue is gaining political traction as an expanding activist movement focuses on Native women — a population known to experience some of the nation’s highest rates of murder, sexual violence and domestic abuse. Source: https://billingsgazette.com/news/state-and-regional/montana/photos-missing-and-murdered-native-american-women/collection_e351bcea-bac1-5f6b-a79c-eb179c6835d9.html#12

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Empowering and Inspiring Women Globally- Recognize the Signs of Teen Abuse 02/23 by DiannaBelleRose | Entertainment Podcasts

Empowering and Inspiring Women Globally- Recognize the Signs of Teen Abuse 02/23 by DiannaBelleRose | Entertainment Podcasts

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 Award Winning Book “Fire and Ice” 
by Diana Bellerose
Link: https://www.buybooksontheweb.com/product.aspx?ISBN=0-7414-7035-7

When it comes to teen sexual abuse, the problem is more common than one might think. While not considered terribly common, the problem is not considered uncommon. And, because less than half of sexual abuse is reported, it could be more prevalent than most people are willing to admit. Therefore, it is important to carefully consider teen sexual abuse, and how to stop it. One way is education. It is important for teens and adults to understand that sexual abuse of teenagers is wrong, and that it can encompass a variety of sex acts, and that fear, impaired judgment (due to drugs, alcohol or mental state) and coercion can lead to sexual abuse, even though the victim may not actively resist. A victim whose compliance is due to factors other than a desire to engage in sexual activity has not actually consented. Source TeenHelp.com