German public television ARD has showed controversial film called ‘ Mom, stop ‘ showing children, which were sexually abused by mothers and teachers.
Frequently, female are seen to be as victims of sexual violence, but the film ‘ Mom, stop ‘ shows the other, darker side of the womenhood. German public television ARD has showed that moms and female-teachers can also be sexual perpetrators.
German ‘ Deutsche Welle ‘ website has informed first about this controversial movie. Two main sexual victims of mother pedophile’s – Axel and Andrea for the first time have publicly spoken about their childhood experience.
Psychotherapist appearing on camera saying that children are sexually abused not only by men. The perpetrators are very often the kindergarten teachers and babysitters, and sometimes their own mothers.
Stories of children sexually abused by mothers / German television ARD showed scandalize film ‘ Mom, stop ‘ about female pedophilia
Alex’s has told on camera that his story drama began when he was eight years old. His mother took him to the bed and forced to grant rights of sex. At the same time outside the mother was exemplary and religious woman. The whole family were to church every weekend, and Alex’s mother sang in the choir.
Family situation grew more complicated after birth of the second child. Alex’s mother felt very depressed, and her husband began to betray her, which was reflected on the young son. Alex said : ’ She has destroyed me. It’s like a mother killed her own child ‘. Frightening memories of childhood has also Andrea, who grew up without a father and her mother wanted satisfy herself for a physical approximation and applied the violence on her daughter.
German pedophiles destroy children’s psyche
But both of them, Alex and Andrea said they still love their mothers despite the injustice inflicted suffered. However, nightmarish childhood experiences imprinted on their psyche irreversible mark, and they both are having a special psychological therapy.
Deustche Welle officials added that the film is shocking, but also surprising, because the public perception of women is they are often victims of sexual violence, not perpetrators.