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Rape ~A common form of sexual assault. (**Rape is not about love, it is about aggression and violence**) Sexual Assault- any type of sexual activity that you do not agree to. This can be verbal, visual, or anything that forces a person to join in unwanted sexual contact or attention. Including: Inappropriate touching Sexual intercourse that you say no to Child molestation Vaginal, oral, or anal penetration
What to do if sexual assaulted: Get away from attacker Call friend or family member DO NOT wash, comb, or clean any part of your body DO NOT change clothes DO NOT touch or change anything at the scene of the assault
Rape Kit The evidence kit affords the opportunity to collect any DNA that may have been left by the suspect A Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) The contents of the evidence collection kit vary by state and jurisdiction. They may include: Instructions Bags and sheets for evidence collection Swabs Comb Envelopes Blood collection devices Documentation forms Examiner starts: Collection of blood, urine, hair and other body secretion samples. Photo documentation. Collection of the victim’s clothing, especially undergarments. Collection of any possible physical evidence that may have transferred onto the victim from the rape scene.
How to protect yourself from being assaulted: Be aware of your surroundings Walk with confidence Don’t let drugs or alcohol cloud your judgment Trust your instincts
Date Rape Drugs ~drugs that are sometimes used to assist a sexual attack GHB- (Gamma Hydroxyl Butyric Acid) relaxation, drowsiness, dizziness, memory loss, unconsciousness Rohypnol (Roofie)- memory loss, sleepiness, problems talking, confusion Ketamine- hallucinations, loss of sense of time and identity, feeling of out of control, loss of coordination **Alcohol can also be considered a date rape drug *Drugs can take effect within 15 minutes depending on which drug and what it is mixed with.
Sexual Harassment: unwelcome sexual advances, unwelcome physical contact of a sexual nature or unwelcome verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature. Quid Pro Quo This For That Hostile unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature creates an intimidating, threatening or abusive working or learning environment or is so severe, persistent or pervasive
Sexual Harassment Physical Verbal Facebook Twitter Texting Be Smart, Be Respectful.
Statistics/Facts Every two minutes someone in America is raped or sexually assaulted. 44% are under 18 80% are under 30 Most rapes occur between people of the same race and social status. Studies show that rapists plan ahead on likely victims. victims are between the ages of 16-25 Rapists between the ages of 15-24 54% of sexual assaults are not reported to the police 97% of rapists will never spend a day in jail
Statistics cont… 46% Someone the victim was in love with (Intimate with) 19% Acquaintances 9% Spouse 4% Stranger 7-10% of rape victims are males 2/3 of all rapes are with someone known to the victim.
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