Sexual Information: Case Study

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PSYCHOSEXUAL INFORMATION:
When asked about his sexual history and sexual knowledge, Marcus appeared to be very uncomfortable discussing his inappropriate sexual behavior with the undersigned. He shared that he was at a friend’s home waiting to play a video game, when another friend came over and asked him to go bike riding with him. Marcus reported he and his friend rode to an abandoned building and did something inappropriate. He stated that the current allegations occurred once. When asked if he wanted to discuss what the inappropriate act was, he stated “no,” but felt comfortable writing his response. Specifically, Marcus reported the youth offered to do something to his private and then he did the same to his private. He noted that it occurred only that time. Notably he admitted to feeling “bad” when his sexual encounter was over, because he knew it was wrong.

Ms. Bellerice was not present during the alleged incident, but opined Marcus was the victim and the other youth has history of child/child abuse. She stated that according to Marcus, he and
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Marcus not his mother has not spoken to him about sex. He also shared he is unsure who he can speak to about sexual issues if needed. The youth denied having seen adults or children engaging in a sexual activity. However, Marcus admitted going over to his friend’s home and watched a movie with sexual content, he related he was prompted to try the same. He denied experiencing any sexual fantasy involving force or coercion as it pertains to sexual acts. With regards to masturbation, Marcus denied ever engaging in said behavior, responding “what is that?” In regards to age appropriate sexual conversations with the youth, Ms. Bellerice noted she has not talked to Marcus about sex, but that it was wrong to engage

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