I am so proud to have joined in solidarity with 200 other brave male survivors from all walks of life who were there to tell their story in hopes of giving millions of victims, now suffering in silence, the chance for rebuilding their lives. In fact, many of the “Oprah 200” remain in contact in support of one another’s work as advocates.
- There has been a tremendous amount of world-wide Media Coverage on these shows.
- Here’s one story
- Here’s another interview with another one of the “Oprah 200“
For some reason, even after the Penn State fiasco, Charleston’s media has shied away from covering this issue and the Oprah programs and the inspiring stories of survival. I’m not sure why.
I also wanted to mention that I am a facilitator with Darkness to Light (D2L.org), which is a nationwide, Charleston-based organization dedicated to the prevention of childhood sexual abuse. If you or your group would like to learn about prevention I would be honored to present a “Stewards of Children” seminar aimed at arming those involved with children in any way with what they need to protect our children from abuse. Groups of at least 2-3 people, but probably no more than 15 are ideal. I am offering these services free of charge and am very eager to get the word out so please put your thinking cap on for me.