In the Press

As a child Emma-Jane was told she was a failure, the girl going nowhere and had a juvenile delinquent badge slapped on her when she was 13 by her psychiatrist. It wasn’t until much later on in her life that she felt able to share her story, and now realises that being labelled was not effective to her developemnt given everything she was enduring. Now with purpose and passion she speaks out against child sexual abuse, fighting to help others turn their life around. She is frequently asked to commentate on stories in the national press, and regularly seen on TV and Radio. She currently presents ‘…the continued silence’, on UK Health Radio’s 1.3 million listeners.

UK Health Radio - Emma-Jane Taylor

Thrilled to present ‘…the continued silence’ on UK Health Radio.

I’m not afraid to speak openly about the reality of child sexual abuse, the lateral conversations attached to this deeply complex conversation and how child sexual abuse ruins lives and sometimes, futures. I would really like allies to listen before it is too late. Please do take a listen to my show, I am joimed by my resident panel; Activist Chris Tuck and Therapist Deni Corby.

If you need any support or signposting, please do get in touch with me here. You are not alone.

Regular Features

Emma-Jane regulary catches up on various news stories on the subject of CSA. Often seen on GB News, Talk TV, Talk Radio.

Recently featured in the following Publications

THE MIRROR

‘A stranger flashed me in pool but police dropped case because of law loophole’

Emma-Jane Taylor, 50, was swimming at her local gym when she says a man got into her lane and dropped his swimming shorts while she swam towards him.

Petition –

UK PARLIAMENT

Make indecent exposure an offence regardless of intent –this petition closed with unsatisfactory results.

Indecent exposure, intentional or not, should be classed as a sexual offence. No-one should expose themselves in public places, and in the event that they do so, they should not be able to claim they weren’t intending to cause offence.

THE SUN

‘I FELT DIRTY’ I was assaulted at 9 and groomed & raped by family friend from 13 – it left me obsessed with scrubbing myself clean

MY LONDON NEWS

‘I was sexually abused as a child and had a drink and drug problem – my friends didn’t think I’d make it to 21’

LOVE WHAT MATTERS

β€˜I hid it for years, ashamed to tell my therapist.’: Bulimia, sexual abuse survivor talks road to recovery

I’M MORE THAN A COVER

Don’t Hold Back: Child abuse survivor speaks out. (page 9-13)

iStreem RADIO

Emma-Jane Taylor – Bulimia: power and shame in equal measure
#truelifestories

GRAZIA

β€˜It Makes Me Feel Sick, And I Actually Wanted To Cry When I Heard’ – What Bill Cosby’s Release Means To Survivors Of Sexual Violence

HENLEY STANDARD

Child abuse survivor so emotional after speech at charity fundraising dinner.

HENLEY STANDARD

Campaigner paddles 10 miles to promote charity.

HENLEY STANDARD

Fundraiser completes another challenge

HENLEY STANDARD

Campaigner fears her final challenge of wing-walking

METRO

Viewing of child sexual abuse material online is at record levels – but is supporting would-be perpetrators the way to stop it?

iNEWS

How to talk to your Children about Porn.

Henley Herald

Local woman wing walks to raise awareness

THE EXPRESS TRIBUNE

NotMyShame went to Pakistan , thanks to actress Nadia Jamil raising awareness. She also took the campaign to the United Nations

METRO

Why NotMyShame was created, and the reasons behind the movement

MARLOW FREE PRESS

NotMyShame goes viral!