Lorena Ros, a Spain-based photojournalist, has been documenting abuse of power in various countries around the world. Her first book, Unspoken , a testimony in pictures and words of adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse, brings her home to a widespread human tragedy that has rarely been photographed. It was something that had remained unspoken for years and I had blocked it out of my mind. It was the summer of - a bomb was about to go off in my life, a bomb that would forever change my relationship with my family, relationships within the family itself and, of course, the rest of my life. I decided to photograph survivors of Child Sexual Abuse, starting with my own city. And without telling her where they were going, brought her to the exhibition. As I begun my work on child sex abuse, what first struck me was how vulnerable and fearless my subjects were. Opening their lives, talking about it, was the only way, I realized to fight child sexual abuse.
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Sex education: what do today’s children really need to know?
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R elationships and sex education RSE will be compulsory for all secondary pupils in England from September, and primary schools will also need to teach about relationships. What these courses will contain, however, is left mainly to headteachers and governors, in consultation with parents. The Department for Education has issued guidance for teachers, but does it go far enough? Evans, who identifies as a queer woman, says LGBT issues should be integrated throughout the curriculum. Evans inherited her own sexual frankness from her parents, who sell sex toys online for a living.