Posts Tagged ‘sexual assault’

May 3, 2018

Confused about consent?

Are you confused about consent? Making sure you have your partner’s consent for any kind of sexual activity is absolutely vital to a healthy relationship, and broadly speaking, sexual assault is defined as any sexual activity that occurs without an individual’s consent. To help you understand what consent is and what it isn’t, here are … Read More »

April 2, 2018

Sexual Assault Awareness Month 2018 – Stand with Survivors

Join us as we stand with survivors of sexual assault this April. As part of our annual Sexual Assault Awareness Month campaign, we have a range of special events to help you show your support for survivors and learn more about the impact of sexual violence on its victims. ‘What were you wearing’ touring exhibition … Read More »

April 24, 2017

4 things a Sexual Assault counselor wishes you knew

Peggy Wright has been counseling survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault for 19 years. There are four things she wishes everyone knew about sexual assault: It is never the victim’s fault. Seeking medical or victim services does not mean you have to file a police report. You cannot tell how the victim is feeling … Read More »