Between the ages of six and twelve, I was sexually abused.
At the time, I didn’t realise it wasn’t normal, which is why I didn’t seek help.
Perhaps it could have been stopped earlier if I’d just been told what was right and wrong.
For this reason, I’m working with Fixers to push for better sex education in the classroom.
Pupils should be taught about consent and about healthy and unhealthy relationships.
Hopefully if teachers and parents address the issue early on, they can help prevent others from suffering in the future.('Emma' is not my real name, because I would like to remain anonymous.)
Trust House Lancashire
Catherine Smith, Service Manager at Trust House Lancashire, supports my Fixers project. She agreed to be interviewed to appear in my broadcast film.
Yes MattersThe team behind the campaign support my Fix. They contributed to my broadcast item.
Shak & Natasha
Fixers is a project of the Public Service Broadcasting Trust, funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund, and featured on ITV.