I don't like to talk about being sexually abused, because I don't like that phrase. Saying 'I was sexually abused' is like describing a maniac with a machete chopping up my torso as a 'scuffle' - it conveys none of the horror. I wasn't 'sexually abused', I was raped. One person raped me repeatedly over the course of three years. Another only raped me once. The first person was a man. The second person was a woman. They shared literally nothing in common other than that they raped a child. Different economic strata, different genders. I know very little about the latter and far, far too much about the former.
I'm not bringing this up to bemoan it, it all happened decades ago. I'm just saying, we use a lot of euphemisms in our day to day to describe what is, ultimately, simply one of the worst things that can happen to a person. It's worth stopping once in a while and really thinking about the reality of it that 'sexually abused' conceals.