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“Acid was seen as a philosophical/experimental tool,” she told me. “It was seen clearly in ideological terms. We took drugs as a psychedelic experience, not for fun. Item Type:Book SectionItem Status:Live ArchiveAbstractThis chapter explores the experience of one female athlete named Bella, who was groomed and then sexually abused by her male coach during her childhood; abuse which then continued into adulthood and an ongoing intimate relationship. Bella’s story is presented as an example of how sexual abuse can continue beyond childhood so that the relationship between abuser and abused becomes more complex, and may develop into Athlete Domestic Violence (ADV). Competitive sporting environments can provide a unique socio cultural context for sexual abuse, exploitation and ADV to take place initially, and then to persist, often through the power invested in the coach.