James T. Walsh once said: “The sexual abuse and exploitation of children is one of the most vicious crimes conceivable, a violation of mankind’s most basic duty to protect the innocent.” For a sexual sin to become a sexual crime, age and consent are the two key elements that come into play. If the victim is an adult with no consent, we call it rape. But if the victim is a helpless child, what do we call it? It is a barbarity of highest degree that leaves ugly marks on the face of so-called humanity. The aftermath of such vile sexual crimes are hard to swallow, let alone digest. The traumatized souls are damaged for life emotionally, mentally, and sometimes even physically. Trapped in the never-ending misery of sexual ill-treatment, the victims hardly ever recover.