The memories come to her in fragments. The bed creaking late at night after one of her brothers snuck into her room and pulled her to the edge of her mattress. Her underwear shoved to the side as his body hovered over hers, one of his feet still on the floor. Her ripped dresses, the clothespins that bent apart on her apron as another brother grabbed her at dusk by the hogpen after they finished feeding the pigs. They usually got what they wanted.
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However, this does not mean that all Amish abstain from using birth control, including natural methods of family planning as well as barrier methods. Amish feel strongly that homosexual relations are sinful. Homosexual individuals within the community may seek counseling or otherwise keep their preferences secret. Is sex education taught in Amish schools?
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Not much is really known about the Amish. Other than the fact that they immigrated to the United States from Switzerland and are reluctant to adapt to modern technology, they seem more like a secret society than anything else. But as it turns out, there is way more to this sect than refusing electricity and automobiles.
By Leah Simpson For Dailymail. A new report has revealed 52 official cases of Amish child sexual assault in seven states over the past two decades - but says many more cases remain covered up. Victims in the secluded communities are reportedly discouraged from reporting abuse, and are frightened they'll be shunned from their communities, with some saying they were sent to a mental health facility after coming forward. Former Mennonite and Plain People's Podcast co-host Jasper Hoffman says she receives 'hundreds of messages' from people wanting to share their horrifying stories or get help reporting abuse. The group's clergy reportedly discourages police involvement in claims of abuse, and instead opts for the punishment of public church confession and up to six weeks of social exclusion for abusers.