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Sexual Assault Presentation -updated 12/5/13

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Transcript of Sexual Assault Presentation -updated 12/5/13

Rape: Any sexual intercourse with a person without their consent. Sexual intercourse is defined as any penetration, no matter how slight, of the vagina or anus, or if the mouth is forced to come into contact with genitalia. Penetration can be with a body part or an object.

Legally Speaking:
Rape in the 1st Degree: Use of a weapon, kidnapping, serious injury or felonious entry.
Rape in the 2nd Degree: Any incapacitation of the victim (ex: through drugs and/or alcohol).
Rape in the 3rd Degree: Any lack of consent through words or actions.

Definitions:
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"Rape only happens to young, attractive women."
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"Consent to one sexual act means a person is consenting to other sexual acts, too."
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Personal boundaries are different – every person has the right to set their own.
What are some reasons a person may say no?
Silence is no substitute for enthusiastic, positive consent.
“They didn’t say no” means they also didn’t say yes.
Sexual assault is scary and confusing to a victim – everybody reacts in very different ways! Don’t assume you can interpret silence.
While most perpetrators are men, most men are NOT perpetrators!
"If someone asks for consent they will kill the mood."
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The Golden Rule: If someone TRULY does want to do what you're asking they are not going to say no!
You are at a party. During the last hour you notice one of your friends has been chatting with someone they just met at the party. They seem to be having a good time but it is clear that your friend’s new acquaintance has had a lot to drink. At one point your friend walks past you and says they are just going to get this person “one more” and “that should be enough.”

A few minutes later you see your friend put an arm around this person and guide them upstairs.
(http://www.stepupprogram.org/topics/sexual_assault/)
Being Active Bystanders:
You are at a party. During the last hour you notice one of your friends has been chatting with someone they just met at the party. They seem to be having a good time but it is clear that your friend’s new acquaintance has
had a lot to drink
. At one point your friend walks past you and says they are just going to get this person
“one more”
and
“that should be enough.”


A few minutes later you see your friend put an arm around this person and
guide them upstairs
.

What do you do?
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Education
Therapy
Advocacy

(253) 474-7273
1-800-756-7273

#HopeSACPCEd
http://www.rainn.org/get-information/statistics/reporting-rates
"A major facet of rape culture is the expectation that men are slaves to their instincts in much the same way animals are. Women must protect themselves by behaving in "acceptable" ways because men can’t be trusted to behave in an honorable fashion. Rape culture assumes that men are a lower life form, incapable of higher thought, reason, and self-control."
Source:
Read more: http://www.addictinginfo.org/2013/03/24/this-man-has-a-drunk-woman-on-his-sofa-watch-what-happens-next-video/#ixzz2ZuJFNI27

Sexual Assault can include attacks such as rape or attempted rape, as well as any unwanted sexual contact or threats. Usually a sexual assault occurs when someone touches any part of another person's body in a sexual way, even through clothes, without that person's consent. (National Center for Victims of Crime)

Sexual Violence is an umbrella term used to describe any sexual act that is committed against someone’s will. This can range from rape and attempted rape, to unwanted touching, exhibitionism and verbal sexual harassment. (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)

Rape

Groping/Touching

Sexual Assault

Sexual Harassment

SEXUAL VIOLENCE

Exhibitionism
Rape Culture
Individual Risk Factors for Sexual Assault
-Alcohol and drug use
-Coercive sexual fantasies
-Impulsive and antisocial tendencies
-Preference for impersonal sex
-Hostility towards women
-Hypermasculinity
-Childhood history of sexual and physical abuse
-Witnessed family violence as a child
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Personal boundaries are different – every person has the right to set their own.

What are some reasons a person may say no?

Silence is no substitute for enthusiastic, positive consent.
“They didn’t say no” means they also didn’t say yes.
Sexual assault is scary and confusing to a victim –-Don’t assume you can interpret silence.

15% of sexual assault victims are under 12 years old. (RAINN)
2/3 of rapes are committed by someone known to the victim. (RAINN)

1 in 6 women has been a victim of attempted or completed rape in her lifetime. (RAINN)
10.6% of women experience forced sex (CDC)
1 in 33 men has been a victim of attempted or completed rape in his lifetime. (RAINN)
2.1% of men experience forced sex (CDC)
1 in 4 women and 1 in 6 men are sexually assaulted by the time they are 18 years old. (RAINN)
60.4% of female victims were first raped before 18 (CDC)
69.2% of male victims were first raped before 18 (CDC)
STATISTICS
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