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I need statistics/facts about sexually abused girls?

I need information on number of girls have been sexually abused in comparison to boys, how many girls who have been sexually abused are abused by their father (whether foster, step, adoptive, or biological), how many girls who have been sexually abused have been abused by men in general. And any other statistic or fact that is related to girl child sexual abuse.


  1. I'm not sure about statistics, you may want to research the US bureau of foster care and such, but I know that adopted or in-foster-care children are FAR FAR FAR FAR more likely to be abused sexually, emotionally, etc.
  2. http://www.prevent-abuse-now.com/stats.htm#Links Go to this page and click on links 1. Admin. for Children & Families, U.S. Dpt. of Health & Human Services 2. America's Children: Key National Indicators of Well-Being presents twenty-five indicators that reflect critical aspects of children's lives including economic security, health, behavior and social environment, and education. 3. Bureau of Justice Statistics, within the U.S. Department of Justice, collects, analyzes, and disseminates statistical information on crime victims, criminal offenders, and the justice system. 4. ChildStats.gov, Forum on Child and Family Statistics 5. Child Welfare Information Gateway (formerly National Clearinghouse on Child Abuse & Neglect) 6. Child Welfare League of America (CWLA) operates the National Data Analysis System (NDAS). The NDAS provides access to all states' child abuse and neglect data for the most recent years available. Users can customize tables and graphs by state and data year. 7. FEDSTATS.com links to statistical information for public use, produced by more than 70 Federal Government agencies. 8. KIDS COUNT Data Book, funded by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, provides annual state and national data on the educational, social, economic, and physical well-being of children. 9. National Center for Health Statistics, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, serves as the Nation's principal health statistics agency. 10. National Data Archive on Child Abuse and Neglect (NDACAN) at Cornell University (Ithaca) is a service of the Children's Bureau, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; NDACAN acquires and disseminates datasets relevant to the study of child abuse and neglect for use in secondary analysis. 11. Office for Victims of Crimes has a collection of research and statistics about victims of crime, provided by several agencies within the Office of Justice Programs, including the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS), the National Institute of Justice (NIJ), the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), and other federal sources. 12. The National Center on Child Abuse Prevention Research was established to increase the nation's understanding of the complex causes of child maltreatment, to evaluate the effectiveness of prevention programs and to disseminate this information. The Research Center has made significant contributions to the expansion of knowledge of child abuse prevention. 13. Healthy Families America was launched in 1992 by Prevent Child Abuse America (formerly known as the National Committee to Prevent Child Abuse) in partnership with Ronald McDonald House Charities and was designed to promote positive parenting, enhance child health and development and prevent child abuse and neglect. 14. Trends in the Well-Being of America's Children and Youth is the fifth edition of an annual report from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) on trends in the well-being of the nation's children and youth. The report presents the most recent and reliable estimates on more than 80 indicators of well-being.
  3. i don't know about girls, but i've been sexually abused by girls all my life. they just can't get enough of me...

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