Rape and sexual assault are violent crimes enacted against personal power and control. Statistics are staggering. 1 in 5 women have suffered rape or experienced an attempted sexual assault. However, men are victim to this debasing act as well and no specific demographic is free from the risk of sexual violence.
An estimated 56% of rape and sexual assault cases are never reported and an averaged 3% of rapists ever spend a single day in jail.
Let’s change that.
The links to the pages below are intended to provide information that we hope will contribute to the war against sexual crimes. We also hope to combat the many myths and misconceptions surrounding this issue in our society today.
Together, let’s acknowledge this crime for the atrocity it is and work to bring a swift end to sexual crime in all its many forms.
- Important Definitions
- Drug-Facilitated Sexual Assault
- What to Do
- Why It’s Important to Speak Out
- Importance of Contacting the Police
- Statutes of Limitations
- Rape at School
- Title IX
- What Schools Can Do
- What Students Should Know
- Common Myths
- Victim Blaming and Re-Victimization
- How to Support a Friend
- Psychological Consequences of Rape
- Raising Awareness
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