Some Secrets Should Never be Kept Book

Sanders, Jayneen
Some Secrets Should Never be Kept: Protect Children from Unsafe by Teaching Them to Always Speak Up.
Educate2empower Publishing, 2017.

Invisible Girls

Feuereisen, Patti
Invisible Girls: The Truth About Sexual Abuse.
Seal Press, 2009.

Invisible Girls

Feuereisen, Patti
Invisible Girls: Speaking the Truth about Sexual Abuse (revised, 3rd ed.)
Seal Press, 2018.

Are You Being Abused

Gordon, Sherri Mabry
Are You Being Abused?
Enslow Publishing, 2015.

Sexual Assault

Ghafoerkhan, Olivia
Sexual Assault: The Ultimate Teen Guide.  
Rowan & Littlefield, 2017.

Strong at the Heart

Lehman, Carolyn
Strong at the Heart: How it Feels to Heal from Sexual Abuse.
Sky Pilot Books, 2014.

Sexual Trauma Workbook

Lohmann, Raychelle Cassada
Sexual Trauma Workbook for Teen Girls: a Guide to Recovery from Sexual Assault and Abuse.
Instant Help Publications, 2016.

Things We Haven’t Said

Moulton, Erin, ed
Things We Haven’t Said: Sexual Violence Survivors Speak Out.
Zest Books, 2018.

Fighting Words Ad

Fighting Words
Kimberly Brubaker
Dial Books, 2020


Consent: The New Rules of Sex Education: Every Teen’s Guide to Healthy Sexual Relationships
Jennifer Lang, M.D.
Althea Press, 2018


  1. Teens Of America Radio
    Teens of America Radio Network is heard every Monday from 7-9pm cst. on KYRO 1280, WGGH 1150, & WXZY 101.7 go to and click listen live. A two-hour weekly radio program that addresses teen issues such as substance abuse, teen violence, child sex trafficking, and many others. Host Sean Mulroney gets real every week to tackle these difficult issues with real solutions. Through interviews with experts and with his own real world experience, Sean is able to bring to light solutions to real issues without excuses.
  2. Teens: #MeToo Opened My Eyes, And Not In A Good Way
    While #MeToo has been trending on Facebook and Twitter, teen voices can get lost in this sexual harassment wake-up call. First off, young people prefer Instagram and Snapchat. And there are other reasons teens come to #MeToo from a different position than the adults who started it. Youth Radio talked to four teenagers–Hermes Arevalo, Sierra Fang-Horvath, Michael LeTang, and Aria Bendy–about why they think it took awhile for #MeToo to get to them, and to hear what they think about the conversation.


    Defines key terms, including consent and coercion, and offers guidance to teens related to dating violence and sexual assault. This fact sheet describes how common teen sexual assault is, how it relates to dating relationships, the roles drugs and the Internet can play in increasing risk, as well as provides tips for staying safe. – Teen Sexual Assault: Information for Teens
    Free 24/7 crisis support in the US
    Suicide warning signs and tips.
    Love is Respect offers a range of resources on healthy relationships for teens. This page looks specifically at staying safe online.