Abuja - A non-governmental organisation, Mirabel Centre, has asked parents to open up discussions on sex with their wards, Punch reports.
The Chief Executive Officer of the group, Itoro Eze-Anaba mad the statement during the 5th edition of ‘The Conversation’ a quarterly public dialogue that focuses on child abuses and modern parenting methods on Monday.
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She said that to reduce the rising cases of child abuse, parents must allow children in their formative years to be vocal about sexual matters.
She also stated that rape matters must evolve from being about the victim to being about the perpetrator because a large number of those who have been assaulted have had to face the consequences of their ordeal despite their innocence.
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