WITNESSES, SURVIVORS AND VICTIMS

  1. Zhang Peishan, Abuse Remembered, Abuse Relived: Letter to PTAVE from Singapore, July 10, 2008
  2. Ramey Smith, Memories of Casa by the Sea, July 10, 2008
  3. S. B.: Cruelty at school and home remembered, September 2007
  4. Three Girls and Their Dolls, By Jordan Riak, November, 2003
  5. Steven: Graduate of a school for troubled teens describes therapy.
    KOREA: Cultural cruelty to children
  6. Gerard: A letter of thanks
    Ireland, July 23, 2007
  7. Nicole's letter to Project NoSpank: My family's cycle of violence stops with me, May 28, 2007
  8. Belinda's story: As told by her mother, April 2007
  9. Ronda: Two letters from a desperate mom, March 22, 2007
  10. Spike: We Weren't Unbeatable -- An Open Letter to a Disciplinarian, (Undated)
  11. R. Ali: Spanking, pain and pleasure, January 5, 2007
  12. David Hill: Paddling and Gender, January 2, 2007
  13. Carol: Non-abusive "Loving Spankings" Messed Me Up For Life, November 22, 2006
  14. Edyta: Christianity and spanking November 18, 2006
  15. M.C.: I don't believe that this was God's will, Nevember 3, 2006
  16. B.G.: Childhood memories, September 20, 2006
  17. S.G.: Daddy, please stop, September 23, 2006
  18. Lisa Crawford: A Klansman's stepdaughter recalls his "discipline", August 6, 2006
  19. Academy at Ivy Ridge: Woman distraught: denied visit with sister at Ivy Ridge Academy
  20. Kathy Falkowski: The children lose a friend, keep a screamer, May 13, 2006
  21. Chip Wilson: How James Dobson changed my life, May 6, 2006
  22. Kami Payne: My Story, A letter to PTAVE, April 17, 2006
  23. S.B.: Humiliation remembered, A letter to PTAVE, November 8, 2005
  24. Kathryn Whitehead, former student at Mission Mountain School, Montana: Sworn statement, October 25, 2005
  25. Beth Fenimore: Open Letter to Roy Lessin, Author of Spanking: Why, When, How, September 7, 2005
  26. Susan Lawrence: "No bruises, no abuse," cops say -- Good citizen gagged for reporting child's screams, Letter to PTAVE, September 18, 2005
  27. Sarah Barlow: The lessons I learned at Casa by the Sea , August 6, 2005
  28. Carlos: My unforgettable experience as a guest of the state, June 25, 2005
  29. A Study in Contrasts -- Letters to Project NoSpank from two writers, July 5, 2005
  30. John F______: Wounds that never heal, May 28, 2005
  31. Letter from a substitute teacher: One Toxic Middle School in Mississippi, March 22, 2005
  32. Tony: Tony's letter to Greta Van Sustren, March 13, 2005
  33. Dan Dwayne: Fatherly Love(?), Letter to PTAVE, February 21, 2005
  34. J.K.R.: Reframing the debate about spanking, Letter to PTAVE, January 21, 2005
  35. Beverly Fournier: An Experience that Scarred Me, A Letter to PTAVE, November 23, 2004
  36. Ruth: My Own Story, Letter from Ruth, November 20, 2004
  37. Jim D.: There are other ways, Letter from a retired Australian Army career soldier and officer, November 9, 2004

  38. Annamaria Arlotta: How can any child make sense of it?, November 5, 2004
  39. Jennifer Ilona Chambard: Casa by the Sea: A memory that will haunt me forever, July 2004
  40. C. N.: My Sexual Abuse, A letter to PTAVE, May 26, 2004
  41. Jenn: An Unintended Consequence of Spanking, A letter to PTAVE, May 10, 2004
  42. Susan: Long-term Damage to Sexuality A letter to PTAVE, March 2004
  43. Gary Crosby: "Getting It," Chapter Two, Going My Own Way, 1983
  44. Bruce M.: The Turning Point, A letter to PTAVE, March 24, 2004
  45. Dianne Hughes: My childhood as a state ward, November 22, 2003
  46. Richard C.: Spanking is sexual harassment, A letter to PTAVE, April 19, 2003
  47. Ann: Ann's Letter to Parents, February 2003
  48. lloyd: My Dark Side, November 2002
  49. Katie: Katie's Story, Received October 31, 2002
  50. Justin Wyllie: Why physical punishment in schools is a bad idea, October 2002
  51. Tiina B.: The pain of sexual abuse is a life sentence - My experience, September 13, 2002
  52. Evonne Blakey: He drew back his hand to hit, but hesitated when he saw the fear in his son's eyes, June 3, 2002
  53. Gay R. Williams: The child is not allowed to talk to the parents, A letter to Project NoSpank from a worried mom, June 1, 2002
  54. Anon.: I want to be a good mum, April 2002
  55. Pamela J. Miller: Thank You, Dad!, A survivor's memoir, April 2002
  56. Cheryl Adams: Facing the Past; Breaking the Cycle, Message to Project NoSpank, December 2001
  57. Rachel: Rachel's Testimony, May 2000
  58. Anon.: The Helping Witness Next Door, Letter to Project NoSpank, September 15, 2001
  59. Anon.: Conversations with Father, May 26, 2002
  60. Anon.: I still have nightmares, September 2, 2001
  61. Whacked Schoolchildren, (Photos of corporal punishment-related injuries)
  62. Ben: Sexually abusive spankings remembered , Letter to Project NoSpank, November 3, 2001
  63. Catherine Lawson: It breaks my heart, November 2000
  64. Melrose High School Boys Get a Lesson in Manhood and Scholarship, Tennessee Style, Year 2001
  65. Patrick Mathangani: (Kenya) Schoolgirl beaten to death, The Daily Nation, January 25, 2001
  66. Messages From Children
  67. Cesar Augusto Galvez: Un evento que nunca puedo olvidar, as narrated to Jordan Riak, June 27, 2001
  68. Anon.: Rape: Lesson No. 1, August 1997
  69. Shelly S. Gaspersohn:
    1. Testimony of to the U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Juvenile Justice, October 17, 1984
    2. Don't Inflict My Pain on Others
    3. Good Old-Fashioned Discipline
  70. Kelly Patrick Gerling: Advice to a student who is being abused by teachers
  71. Fawn W.: Letter from an Oklahoma Mom
  72. Two Parents' Letters from Tennessee
  73. E.B.: Cruel Power Games Remembered

  74. Louise P.: Louise's Story
  75. Marc: Boyhood Memories
  76. Robin Warnes: Robin's True Story and Testimony
  77. Wendy: School Days Remembered
  78. I.S. Choi: Memories of My School Days in Korea
  79. Daniel Khazzoom: A Man Ahead of His Time
  80. Dr. Colin P. Kerr: Children Forgotten
  81. Brock N. Meeks: Sins of the Father: A Lesson in How Not to Protect Children
  82. Trisha Goddard: A Street Scene in Chatswood that One Struggles to Forget
  83. Laura Brady: Children learn what they live
  84. Mary M. Lansing: A Family Therapist Intervenes
  85. Anon.: A Letter to Project NoSpank
  86. Desiree Cooper: Violence in, violence out--James' story
  87. Five women: testimony against Arkansas school superintendent Leonard Ogburn (1994)



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