That's it? I suffered long enough and now that I am well enough to come out to the open about what happened to me, there is no law whatsoever that protects people like me in the Philippines? Because it could not be proven? So I should put myself in the same situation to get evidence and sue him? I was a kid, not knowing what was right or wrong. My childhood was taken from me and someone does not realise that until you're old enough to understand you are wronged and mature enough to open your privacy to others. In my generation, when you're told to keep your silence, you obey. It's very very sad that victims like me had no chance of seeing justice in my own country. People like my uncle would still be out there in the open public thinking he got away with it! In the UK, they are progressing cases even if it happened a long time ago to people like me, because when you're a kid, you can't articulate what happened to you. In a culture like the PH who respects their old people enough, just as you said, it will not prosper. What a sad reality. One can never understand the gravity of emotional turmoil a victim like me had gone through. Do you know any support groups I could attend?