Protecting Children & Their Innocence
Our children’s innocence is being stolen, and we have to do something about it. There is a war going on for the hearts and minds of Georgia’s children, and we have to stand up against the sexualization of our culture and our schools. The early introduction of sex, the perversion of sexuality, and the rampant evil of sexual abuse have had devastating effects on the identity and development of our young people. I was sexually abused at just five years of age, and so I know the ramifications of stolen innocence all too well. In the last few years, I founded Don’t Ask, Just Tell, a nonprofit that promotes awareness about sexual abuse and served victims in the Atlanta area. I believe that it is our duty to protect our children from such abuse but also from any agenda that pushes and distorts sexuality.