For many people who have been impacted by sexual assault, current and long-term safety can be an ongoing concern.
If you find yourself in in a situation where someone is pressuring you, remember that it’s not your fault. These tips may help you exit the situation safely.
The laws about consent vary by state and situation, but you don’t have to be a legal expert to understand how consent plays out in real life.
The following tips can help travelers plan for a safe and comfortable trip and may reduce the risk of many different types of crimes, including sexual violence.
Alcohol may make it easier for a perpetrator to commit sexual assault and can even prevent someone from remembering that the assault occurred.
There are two important safety elements to consider when you're browsing online: privacy and security.
Consider these safety tips when you plan to meet someone offline.
Take steps to protect your personal safety with the following social media safety tips.
College campuses can give you a sense of security—a feeling that everyone knows each other and watches out for one another. There are perpetrators who take advantage of this feeling of safety and security to commit acts of sexual violence.