The NSPCC has launched a campaign aimed at helping parents talk to their children about sex abuse, in a bid to protect children from sexual abuse. The campaign, called 'Talk PANTS' encourages parents to teach their child five simple rules:
- Privates are private
- Always remember your body belongs to you
- No means no
- Talk about secrets that upset you
- Speak up, someone can help
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