What is the first thing that comes to mind when you think of abuse and child psychology?

From Wikipedia:

Child sexual abuse or child molestation is a form of child abuse in which an adult or older adolescent uses a child for sexual stimulation.

I have two siblings of similar age. (Another sibling is much younger, and from another marriage.)

In both cases, ONCE, when we were young children, we both exchanged looks at found that you have one and I have one.

The other day, I had people trying very, very, very hard to force the image into my mind that we were engaging in sexual acts, whereas in fact we merely discovered that you have one and I have one (or something else).

Given events of recent months and years, I firmly believe that my sister was brainwashed into believing that I sexually abused her as a child. I once asked her how long it took until she believed it, but never attempted to deny that we both are aware that we have one (or something else). I could tell the story otherwise: she lured me. But that’s BS. We exchanged looks, knew it was wrong, and never did it again.

First rule of child psychology, and remembering events from young childhood: They are open to suggestion.

I assume that, had these very strong and persistent efforts to get me to IMAGINE having done sexual acts had succeeded, then I would have faced very strong efforts to paint them back in as reality, or at least to elicit these images in order to lead others to believe that this was true.

If that’s not criminal, then please tell me what is.

A key rule of justice: put it on paper, so it is easy to identify the bullshit. What have I done every step of the way? I put it on paper. What have they done? Rumour, and well beyond borderline brainwashing on the matter.

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