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Glossy mag warns kids on sex abuse.

Byline: DOROTHY LEPKOWSKA

A CONTROVERSIAL new magazine has been launched warning children about sexual abuse.

Hands Off!, which explains abuse and how to deal with it, has been published by the NSPCC as part of its Full Stop campaign.

Director Mary Marsh said: "Hands Off! encourages children to find someone to turn to if they are experiencing abuse or sexual bullying."

The glossy magazine also teaches youngsters about tell-tale signs in potential abusers.

The NSPCC last year found that one in 10 under 16 year olds had had sex against their will.
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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Jun 29, 2001
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