"The most disrespected person in America is the black woman. The most unprotected person in America is the black woman. The most neglected person in America is the Black woman."
Race and ethnicity are important factors identified in children of sexual abuse. I say this because “black” children have almost twice the risk of sexual abuse than white children, according to Child Sexual Abuse Facts & Resources. Not to compare the two major groups to cause a divide, but to acknowledge the issues affecting “black” women in the United States.
➠“Black” women experience rape and other forms of sexual or physical violence at higher rates in comaprison to all other ethnicities in the U.S.
Socially (even economically) in the United States of America, I’m identified as a “black” woman. I have a growing stance in the position for advocacy, for myself, and for other “black” women in the U.S to stand up against all forms of abuse towards ”black” women and children.
Maybe with the hard facts of life and its lessons “black” women can begin at the core root of self-care, self-love, and self-diplomacy to discover who she is as a woman first. She is a powerful source in her awareness.
Family structure Is the most salient risk factor in “black” children of sexual abuse. It may be that parents have lingering issues relating to abuse, perpetuating higher levels for sexual abuse victims in “black” children at scarcity rates.
➠The majority of “black” women in the U.S were sexually abused as children- addressed later in life.
We know that “black” women and men are experiencing birth rates outside of marriage more than any other group of people in the United States. Giving birth outside of marriage shows that “black” women and men find that an imbalanced family structure outside of a non-religious sacrament is okay because everybody is doing it is ludicrous to me to relate to today.
➠“Black” women and girls only make-up 13% of the United States population, but comprises about half of female homicide victims.
According to studies, children who live with two married biological parents are at low risk of abuse. Due to the security and protection provided in a household with a working union, “black” children can thrive in a balanced atmosphere with the highest provided care.
The risk of child sexual abuse increases with single or step-parents, and children living without either parent are 10xs more likely to be sexually abused in the current settings of the United States today.
It’s insensible to have children in this way! More importantly, those who ignore or deny the sacredness of a union with the “black” mother have already been programmed to “black” women and children as being the most unprotected beings in the United States of America still today.
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