CAAGe audiobook review of Please Let Me Go: The Horrific True Story of One Young Girl’s Life in the Hands of British Sex Traffickers, by Caitlin Spencer.
Category Archives: Personal stories
Review of “The Serpent” on BBC One
A review of the BBC series, The Serpent: the story of Charles Sobhraj, serial killer. CAAGe lead counsellor Wendy Gregory, asks if his girlfriend, Marie-Andree Leclerc was a victim of grooming and narcissistic abuse
Arrest him for Theft
A poem about being groomed or those who’ve been groomed and will understand, and for those who care enough to try and ‘get’ what grooming feels like to a victim.
Beth and Weinstein
CAAGe uses two cases to show just why police officers need to grow up and be able to discuss penis shapes as evidence.
Penises: No Laughing Matter, Officer
I received livestreamed calls on FaceTime of men masturbating. Please tell the police it was no laughing matter
The police, the penis and Epstein related stories
As part of the CCAGe ‘Police and Penises’ Week (#PAP), we take a look at two Epstein related cases, showing attitudes to penises as a ‘sacred cow’
Police and Penises Week
A short focus on the CAAGe blog on the police, on penises (as evidence and unsolicited exposure), and sometimes about both. We’ll be using the hashtag #PAP on Twitter and elsewhere.
My Story – by Beth
Beth tells part of her dreadful story of being groomed as an adult by a gang of (white) taxi drivers
Jeffrey Epstein, Filthy Rich: a review
A review of Jeffrey Epstein, Filthy Rich, a documentary series on Netflix, directed by Lisa Bryant
Why do groomers groom?
Why do adult groomers groom?