Originally Posted By: cant_remember
The right to be angry.

Amendment Z:

We the children used for sexual abuse; the boys, the girls and grown children, now adults have the right to our due anger. The anger of the survivor will not be suppressed, vilified, criticized or discounted as invalid or out-of-place. Though the emotional, spiritual and bodily damage may not be apparent, it is none-the-less dramatic and severe. Attempts to squelch our cries of pain and anger are further source for new and added pain and anger. Criticism of the survivor's due anger is prima facia evidence of indifference to the crime of Childhood Sexual Abuse.

Edited by Still (02/14/13 07:27 PM)