The child sits limp and despairing-her face hidden in her hands; the young girl clutches her blanket-the figure of a man lurks in the shadows; an infant cowers in the corner of his play pen, a blank-eyed Victorian china doll lies cracked and discarded on the floor. These are the images which appear in the publicity about, and campaigns against, child sexual abuse. They are used by people who are outraged by the abuse of children and are seeking to prevent it. While the images of alluring Lolitas and lying little minxes used by the apologists for sexual abuse have been widely criticized, less attention has been paid to the type of images described above and it is these images, those emerging from the campaigns against sexual abuse, that are explored in this chapter.