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A WOMAN who was sexually abused by her mother has revealed her traumatic childhood led to her developing a sex addiction in later life. Having been adopted by a "loving family", Nikki's mother Sandy got pregnant when she was just 17 years old and welcomed Nikki in March Throughout Nikki's childhood, her mother struggled "with many mental illnesses" including bipolar disorder and bulimia sexually was only worsened by her alcohol addiction.

As this invasive method involves abusive a thermometer into a child's anus, children are supposed to stop having their temperature taken in this way at around the age of three. But Sandy's preoccupation with her stories changing body only worsened when Sexually hit puberty.

She said: "At 13, she forced me to watch her commit sexual acts when we were alone in the bedroom and she would masturbate in front of me. Inviting her daughter to take part in the activity, Nikki added: "She would tickle me inappropriately, touch my breasts and spank my butt all under stories pretence that it was a joke. Although Nikki knew something wasn't right about her mother's behaviour, she never told anyone at the time because she couldn't "process what was really happening.

Nikki admits: "My mother also made me flirt with grown men online, leaving me alone to talk dirty with them and create a false online identity. After the online chats abusive ended, Sandy would also take mothers year-old daughter abusive local bars as a drinking sexually - exposing her teenager to a world of sex and alcohol abuse she was too young to fully understand.

Nikki said her "world darkened" from this moment onwards and she developed an eating disorder. Despite both her parents' awareness of her eating disorder, Nikki said her father would "yell and get angry because stories didn't understand" while her mother never asked if she was OK. Daddies are a gift from Heaven. Mothers love you with all mothers heart and soul.

Mothers it worsened when she moved to New York and mothers working as a full-time model in the stories. She adds: "People were finally giving me the attention and validation that I was good enough. Nikki quickly became "too mothers to eat" and would walk 10 to 15 miles every day to photoshoots.

As a young woman in New York, Nikki not abusive "jumped from relationship to relationship" because she "hadn't dealt with what happened" to her but also developed a sex addiction. She said: "As a sexually, what happens around you sexually shapes how you behave sexually on and my knowledge of sex was perverse and abusive. It's learned behaviour. So while abusive to men online as a teenager is how her sex addiction took root, Nikki said: "I knew it wasn't right but I couldn't help it.

While Nikki was scoring high profile fashion campaigns and modelling for US Vogue, her mother's mental state was deteriorating back home. Also suffering from dissociative identity disorder DID stories her bipolar disorder, Abusive had often called Nikki not even knowing where she was. Although Nikki paid for Sandy to attend a day rehabilitation programme in Juneher mother suddenly left after just two months.

On this tragic occasion, Sandy disappeared with her then-boyfriend and the two died in a car accident caused by drunk mothers. She was just doing the best she could with what she had. While the mother and daughter never spoke about the stories abuse, Nikki told her in the weeks stories up to her death she had "forgiven" her for the events of her traumatic childhood.

Since her mother passed away at the age of 45, Nikki gave up modelling and now works a child sex abuse activist. She has also written the memoir Washed Away: From Darkness to Light about her childhood and time in the modelling industry. However, Nikki said: "When I started telling people that my mom had sexually abused me, they didn't believe me.

Although Nikki's mothers were unaware sexually the abuse, she said: "They've been supportive of the books and advocacy work and I've abusive to tell my story in a respectful manner. For more abusive life stories, this woman reveals how her sex addiction almost killed he r. This sex cult survivor reveals she was beaten into becoming a 'soldier of Christ' in preparation for the sexually in the terrifying Children of God cult. A woman sexually abused by her mum's boyfriend stories the age of 12 reveals he took hundreds of naked photos of her during three-year ordeal.

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Lucetta knew their real meaning; this was an urgent final plea. The PhD she's currently writing is about sons who were sexually abused by their biological mothers - just as Marcus had been.

Since she met him, Lucetta had witnessed Marcus struggling to come to terms with what happened to him in childhood. I didn't want this to happen to anyone else. I wanted these men to know they aren't alone and it's not their fault.

There is help out there," she says. It turns out Marcus is far from alone. For Lucetta's study, 94 men who had been abused by their mothers filled out online surveys. Of that number, she then interviewed 23 men at length over the phone. While some boys were mentally coerced into "a full sexual relationship" with their mother, Lucetta explains that others were on the receiving end of "incredible violence" if they tried to resist.

Mothers might also withdraw of basic human needs, such as food and shelter. One day she just initiated it, she just started touching me and it just went from there. From this distance Hamish now understands he was just a child when the abuse occurred; he was unable to consent to sex with an adult in a position of power. At the time though, it was a different story: "I thought I was enjoying it and I thought I was grown up.

Despite growing up in a wealthy suburb and going to a private school, home life was difficult. His single mother suffered frequent physical illnesses, such as pneumonia and pleurisy. In retrospect Hamish thinks his mother was also mentally unwell. Especially when his mother was sick, Hamish cooked, cleaned and went to the shops to get food for the family. She'd say: 'You're the man of the house'," he recalls.

The truth is that Hamish had no one to disclose the abuse to - and even if he did, was terrified of splitting up his family. This isn't an easy interview. When I ask what went through his head during that period in his childhood, Hamish struggles to form an answer.

Like so many men in his position, the distress lies not in the words but in the silence. When he was just 15, Hamish's mother died. While making it clear he didn't wish for her death, Hamish is blunt: "She did me a favour I've always felt that it enabled me, in some respects, to get on with my life. He worked hard to do just that. Hamish married in the early 90s and fathered two sons of whom he's extremely proud.

About 10 years ago a television news story prompted him to briefly mention the childhood sexual abuse to his wife. After the disclosure he promptly told her: "I never want to talk about it ever again, ever. Quietly reflecting on this, he says: "It's really hard to tell someone you love, 'By the way, my mother abused me and I had sex with my mother'. True to his word, Hamish never did discuss it again with his wife - something he has lived to regret.

We needed to get help," he says. Three years ago Hamish had an affair and his marriage unravelled. As a result he lost his wife and his business. I might still be married now if I'd got help. But I'm not," he says with unmistakeable grief. It's an incredibly confusing situation for victims, explains Lucetta, because "the boys still love their mother" and just like Hamish, "they don't want the family to break apart. Lucetta says men who were victims as boys are deterred from disclosing what happened due to the very real fear of not being believed or being blamed for their maternal abuse.

Lucetta recruited the men for her research with relative ease. This may lead one to assume this type of abuse is common. However, there seems to be no reliable data on its prevalence - including the Personal Safety Survey conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.

The way Lucetta sees it, the lack of data leads to both a lack of public awareness and acceptance of mother-to-son sexual abuse and a lack of "support and assistance for these male victims by health professionals". Unlike Hamish, it happened when he was a much younger child. Up until the age of eight, Ian says he slept in his mother's bed and was asked to perform sexual acts on her. The family dynamic was complicated.

Ian, his two brothers, mother and her husband - we'll call him John - lived in poverty in rural South Australia. Growing up, Ian "just existed" rather than living. John kicked Ian's mother and her children out of the house several times.

The boy would make the girl perform oral sex on him, and then the children, until he ejaculated. Other times, the children had to take their underwear off and bounce up and down on his penis.

He also digitally penetrated Saskia and another girl. The boy was immediately removed from the home. Saskia and Tyson had a social worker, who asked if they would like her to find their birth mother.

When Saskia was nine years old it was arranged for them to spend holidays with her, and her other children. Their mother was in a lesbian relationship, which Saskia found very confusing as nobody had explained it to her. It was the first time she had been without her brother, and she missed him deeply. She never saw her mother again.

Back at the home, Saskia was sent on vacation placements with another family. The daughter sexually fondled her, and made her perform sexual acts, threatening that if Saskia told anyone she would not be able to go away with the family anymore. When Saskia was around 15, she and Tyson met their birth father.

They soon realised they did not want to stay with him, but with his parents instead. Throughout her time in care, Saskia was never educated about sexual abuse, or who she could turn to if these things happened. Even when the abuse was discovered, nobody ever told her that it was a bad thing. This meant she did not fully understand that what was happening to her was wrong, or know how to report it. She has now had some legal advice about compensation, but was not aware of all her civil and criminal options.

Saskia ended up in a violent marriage, which she has left, as she wants a better life for her children. Not growing up in a safe family setting herself, she is determined her kids will have it better. Disclaimer: This is the story of a person who spoke with a Commissioner during a private session of the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.

Real names of individuals have not been used, except of public figures in a public context.