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Yes, Sexual Abuse of Black Boys Is a Problem — and We Need To Pay Attention

We’re just coming to terms with talking about sexual abuse at all. But our sons have been missing from the conversation — and the outrage.

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Trigger warning: This story features accounts of child sexual abuse and rape.




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