Both boys and girls might display sexual behavior problems without sexual abuse victimization being the underlying cause. Recognizing sexual behavior problems versus normal sexual development is important, as is knowing how to respond. Research suggests a quarter to half of child sexual abuse involves children acting out on other children, with the behavior impelled by exposure pornography, domestic violence and other inappropriate sexualized situation.
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