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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 GLOBALLY will be a victim of some form of sexual violence in their lifetime. 50% 237, 868 So what does violence against women look like? Unconsented touching Trafficking RapeBeatingYelling ManipulatingTearing down Discrimination StalkingInstitutional Economic Women should beable to live their lives like any man can. Other common myths and misconceptions are: Women should beable to live their lives like any man can. Other common myths and misconceptions are: 1. Rape only happens to young, attractive women 2. The woman seduced him and probably got what she was asking for.3. The woman did not get hurt or fight could not have been rape4. Men who rape are mentally ill or monsters (FACT: there are no typical rapists) 5. Once a man is sexually aroused he cannot help himself; he must have sex. 6. Women cannot rape7. Men who rape are sexually frustrated 8. The man was drunk/ on drugs/ depressed/ under stress and wasnt himself. 1 2 MINUTES of sexual assaults are committed against girls under 16 Roughly people fall victim to sexual violence In the United States alone, a form of sexual assault occurs every EACH YEAR NO NO Now, see my son believes women shouldn't go out a night so they can prevent assault. Is this true? have the power to be an advocate. If you are a victim of sexual violence, you can decide what to do. For a school or Church employee, finding someone you arecomfortable confiding in is the first step. If your friend experiences a form of assault, take her doubts and fears into consideration when trying to notify someone of the experience. If you or someone you know has already experienced sexual assault, the situation must be reported if not done so already. Resources:Guidance DepartmentAny faculty member you trust and feel comfortable around (Mrs. Russo, Mrs. Caito, Mrs. Porter, etc) Women Helping WomenAfter SIlence (online support group)There are surprisingly NO Sexual Abuse Therapy Groups in Hamilton County National Sexual Assault Hotline (1-800-656-HOPE) RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) have the ability to save someone. YOU Someone like me. AT SUA AT SUA In Cincinnati In Cincinnati Nationally in 3 women Kate NewtonOlivia StanforthTori Weber Jessica Zalewski
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