One of the biggest barriers to preventing sexual violence is understanding sexual violence. Often times, victims of sexual violence are left feeling isolated and ashamed without the support they need to begin to heal. Understanding the facts and dispelling the myths about sexual violence is crucial to holding offenders accountable and ensuring that victims are treated with respect and receive the support they need.
Sexual violence is not just rape and physical sex acts that occur against people without their express consent. There are differences between the terms of rape, sexual assault, and sexual violence, and it is important to learn them.View More
Common myths wrongly place blame on victims while simultaneously pushing the attention away from the offender. This worsens public perception of victims and makes them feel isolated. It is crucial to break down myths and learn the facts.View More
It is important to get the right information and to know the facts. In our mission to stop sexual violence, we make sure to educate ourselves and the community about the issues.View More