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Social movements help the victims to be able to support themselves with society and not feel marginalized, having suffered cases of sexual abuse. So they do not feel alone during their stage of assimilation of what happened and that will mark them forever. This is why more social movements have recently emerged on this issue that have been able to accompany many victims to know how to turn the page.