We want to help you expose the sexual predators at your church
#ChurchToo has started a movement
A popular Christian pastor was exposed as a sexual predator over the weekend. Andy Savage, a Texan minister, admitted to offering a 17-year-old girl in his youth group a ride home – but instead he drove her to a secluded area and, took off his clothes and started groping her.
In the wake of celebrity sexual assault revelations, #ChurchToo has emerged – a movement to uncover the men who sexually harass and abuse the women in their care. Andy Savage isn't alone – thousands of women have stepped forward to share their experiences of men abusing their positions of power in church, in bible study groups and in Christian schools.
And we want to help. If there's a story that you'd like to share, contact us on Caroline Phinney on [email protected] and Harry Shukman on [email protected] We'll take you seriously, investigate your story and do everything we can to help you. If you want anonymity, we can guarantee it.
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