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.
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
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.
CAAGe uses two cases to show just why police officers need to grow up and be able to discuss penis shapes as evidence.
I received livestreamed calls on FaceTime of men masturbating. Please tell the police it was no laughing matter
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’
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.
Beth tells part of her dreadful story of being groomed as an adult by a gang of (white) taxi drivers
A review of Jeffrey Epstein, Filthy Rich, a documentary series on Netflix, directed by Lisa Bryant
Why do adult groomers groom?