When It Happens To Boys: The Unknown Prevalence of Female On Male Sexual Abuse

By Raenard Weddington
Baltimore Watchdog Staff Writer

Kennth Rogers

Kenneth Rogers Jr. was 10 years old when his older sister finally stopped raping him. One day, after two years of routinely sexually abusing him, his sister came to his room and abruptly told him their activities needed to end once and for all.

“It happened after church,” Rogers says. “She said, ‘we can’t do this anymore.’”

The 32-year-old Baltimore, Maryland school teacher, who has authored six books, was consumed with a myriad of unanswered questions. He had no one to answer them and no one to talk to. He was alone. Continued.

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