Giving A Face To Child Sexual Abuse
Through drawings, paintings, film, books, activism, and collaborations, The Young Girl Project gives a face to child sexual abuse while providing a hub of information for children, survivors, and protectors to educate and empower one another to break the silence of abuse.
Be A Protector
To be a protector all it takes is to talk about child sexual abuse in an open, non-shameful way within your own social circles. We believe that if each person encourages this conversation with their siblings, kids, family, co-workers, friends etc it will have the largest impact of all in the prevention of child sexual abuse.
Teaching children about what is healthy and non-healthy touching empowers them, gives them the tools to protect themselves, and the confidence to say no or leave a situation that makes them uncomfortable. By helping them understand to trust their own intuition and challenge authority, you are giving children the opportunity to enforce their own rules and boundaries for their bodies.
Talking about child sexual abuse lets victims know they no longer have to deal with this by them selves or in silence. It provides a community of support around them with access to information on where to get help.
Join The Movement
Inspire. Empower. Protect.
We will be continually updating the site with new information and downloadable art to share on social media. So please check in now and again to see what’s new.
If you are interested to volunteer, offer your skills and services and /or collaborate; Please email us with your ideas, proposals, and/or any skill set.
Money donated will go towards creating awareness campaigns. If you have an idea to create awareness please email us with your proposal.