The World Health Organization (WHO) defines child sexual abuse (CSA) as “the involvement of a child in sexual activity that he or she does not fully comprehend and is unable to give informed consent to, or for which the child is not developmentally prepared, or else that violate the laws or social taboos of society.”
Severe forms of sexual abuse include:
Assault, including rape and sodomy
Touching or fondling a child
Exhibitionism- forcing a child to exhibit his/her private body parts
Photographing a child in nude
Other forms of sexual abuse include:
Sexual advances towards a child during travel
Sexual advances towards a child during marriage situations
Exhibitionism- exhibiting before a child
Exposing a child to pornographic materials
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