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smells (aftershave or cooked cabbage like Grandma always made) or sounds (a footstep in the hall at night) or images (a type of bed or a sofa in the basement) or touch (the hair, or lack of, on a man’s chest) or taste (slimy, tart, or spicy).
This myth implies that a boy or man who has been sexually used or abused will never be a “real man.” Our society expects males to be able to protect themselves.
Over many years of working with survivors of childhood abuse, in all of its many permutations and combinations, I’ve come to believe that there is a constellation of symptoms or behaviors in adults which suggest they might have been abused as children.
While these are more applicable to sexual abuse, some apply to physical abuse victims and a few apply to the other types of abuse we put children through.
Feel crazy, or different, or alone; also feel dirty and unworthy 13.
Regularly see double entendres in ordinary conversation 14.
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It is also the only item on this list that makes me mad.