FlowMorphiaSlow1 karma2021-04-06 17:18:51 UTC
I was recently a participant on a thread on Reddit, where a Redditor claimed to be a prosecutor for child sexual abuse cases in US. However, she refused to call it sexual abuses, and insisted on calling it 'kiddie sex' and that it was normal as part of her role due to what she's witnessed.
Is language like this common with people who work in the area? Would this not undermine any court case of a prosecutor is referring to the case as 'kiddie sex' and not sexual abuse as abuse implies lack of consent where as sex is something you have and agree to?
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