Women continue to be "disproportionately targeted" for sexual abuse and sexual harassment, according to the United Methodist Commission on the Status and Role of Women.

Barbara Dunlap-Berg. "Church grapples with sexual ethics."
A UMNS Report

The Commission has scheduled a churchwide training opportunity on sexual ethics on Jan. 26-29, 2011, in Houston. The event, titled "Do No Harm," is for anyone in The United Methodist Church who has a leadership role in sexual-ethics training or in intervening when sexual misconduct occurs.

Unsafe In Any Denomination

What the Experts Say

Experts from many denominations report on the dramatic extent and harmful impact of sexual boundary violation of adults and adolescents by ministers, pastors, priests, rabbis and other clergy.  In contrast, news accounts of allegations of sexual violations of women and men by clergy often show confusion among the general public about the nature of sexual exploitation of adults by clergy.

This site is established to share informational resources for victims and advocates of adult victims of clergy sexual abuse.