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Shy Keenan (also known as Karen Wootton and Karen Claridge ) is a British author, child sexual abuse survivor, and founder of Phoenix Survivors, an advocacy group for victims of sexual abuse. Keenan is known for her biography Broken, (which has been withdrawn from distribution after a court hearing) in which she discusses the long-term and extreme sexual abuse she experienced from her stepfather, Stanley Claridge. For her work with sexual abuse victims, Keenan received a Women Of The Year award in 2008.

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  • Shy Keenan (also known as Karen Wootton and Karen Claridge ) is a British author, child sexual abuse survivor, and founder of Phoenix Survivors, an advocacy group for victims of sexual abuse. Keenan is known for her biography Broken, (which has been withdrawn from distribution after a court hearing) in which she discusses the long-term and extreme sexual abuse she experienced from her stepfather, Stanley Claridge. For her work with sexual abuse victims, Keenan received a Women Of The Year award in 2008.
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  • Shy Keenan (also known as Karen Wootton and Karen Claridge ) is a British author, child sexual abuse survivor, and founder of Phoenix Survivors, an advocacy group for victims of sexual abuse. Keenan is known for her biography Broken, (which has been withdrawn from distribution after a court hearing) in which she discusses the long-term and extreme sexual abuse she experienced from her stepfather, Stanley Claridge. For her work with sexual abuse victims, Keenan received a Women Of The Year award in 2008. In 2013 Keenan's fourteen-year-old son Ayden Olson was discovered dead within his home, having committed suicide. Keenan has maintained that her son was "bullied to death" and has started a campaign called "Ayden's Law" that requests that the Prime Minister create a new anti-bullying law.
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