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http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/peter-scully-philippines-bring-back-death-penalty-australia-paedophile-child-rape-a7324606.html

“sex” is not an adjective: the adjective is “SexUAL”

“”sex” abuse” is an obscene adjective for the Rape & SexUAL abuse of an 18 month old child.

The Rape and other forms of “SexUAL abuse” are serious matters and to use the “sex” sells as an adjective is therefore SurvivorMediaWatch would respectfully suggest, is a trivialisation of the subject.

NUJ Media Guidelines (January 2013) call on responsible journalists not to trivialise “SexUAL Violence”

NAPAC Media Guidelines: http://napac.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/NAPAC-media-guidelines-FINAL-Jan-2016.pdf

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Theresa May MP as the then Home Secretary (4 Feb 2015) in response to Caroline Lucas MP’ “plea to the Media” said:

“The Hon. Lady is absolutely right about language. ”

“I say to this House and to all outside who comment on this matter that we should be very careful about the language we use.”

“We should not use inappropriate terms that are hurtful and that could cause harm to individuals.”

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