User:Lysander/Survivor of child sexual abuse
Being a survivor of child sexual abuse is psychobabble for describing a person who experienced sexual activity while still a child. The term was created by the those in the child sexual abuse industry who promote the child abuse narrative and the incest narrative.
Redefinition of the term "survivor"
Traditionally, a "survivor" is a person who has not died when in a situation which could possibly have resulted in death. Those who do not die in airplane crashes, train wrecks, serious automobile accidents, etc. are true "survivors".
Childhood sexual activity is also not an experience which exposes a child to the risk of death, but it has similarly been "redefined" as an near-fatal experience.
Many programs have been established to help (so-called) "survivors" of child sexual abuse. Some are self-help groups, while others are for-profit organizations run by so-called "mental health professionals"
Iatrogenic harms -- where no demonstrable harms existed before -- often result from dwelling on early sexual experiences, by reliving them, and by redefining them as harmful.