Behavior: The Message: Hands Off

Spider-Man, TV's Lindsay Wagner, a duck puppet and a character known as Hands-Off Bill are all recent conscripts in the campaign to prevent the sexual abuse of children. Their basic message: some kinds of touching are wrong, and the child always has the right to say so.

The 16-page comic book Spider-Man and Power Pack was produced by the National Committee for Prevention of Child Abuse with the cooperation of Marvel Comics. Lindsay Wagner is one of the performers in Touch, a 32-minute film to be shown on Minneapolis television May 1. Touch, which...

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