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SAFE

Sexual Assault, Facts, and Education
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Timber Mabes

on 27 October 2014

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Transcript of SAFE

Rape
Teen Pregnancy
Why does teen pregnancy exist?
kids are having sex thinking their friends did it and were fine so they will be, too
They think the use of a condom will be enough
It’s not seen as a huge deal
They don’t believe pregnancy will happen to them

Where we could take this...

Emergency Infant Services supports the teaching of safe sex and sexual relationships, and is a local organization which could be used to help us gather information and spread word of our project.

DVIS (Domestic Violence Intervention Services) could be used as a valuable recourse and open to a partnership with Cohort 8's project.
Sex Education
SAFE (Sexual Assault, Facts, and Education)
Sexual Assault and Rape
Male Victims of Sexual Assault
Female Victims of Sexual Assault
Cohort 2's project, "Redefine", is a four part video project ran by the Mental Health Association of Tulsa used to teach about building strong, stable relationships. This project could be picked up and revitalized by Cohort 8.
Statistics

34% of american girls get pregnant once before 20 (750,000 a year) graduate HS

US is one of the highest rate of teen pregnancy

Daughters of teen parents are 22% more likely than peers to become pregnant

60% of boys and 77% of girls wish they’d waited to have sex (67% teens)

The leading reason teen girls drop out of High School is because of teen pregnancy

Sexually active teens without contraception have a 90% chance of being pregnant within a year


In 2012, 346,830 women were raped. According to medical reports, the incidence of pregnancy for one-time unprotected sexual intercourse is 5%. By applying the pregnancy rate to 346,830 female survivors, RAINN estimates that there were 17,342 pregnancies as a result of rape in 2012.
Victims of sexual assault are:
· 3 times more likely to suffer from depression.
· 6 times more likely to suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder.
· 13 times more likely to abuse alcohol.
· 26 times more likely to abuse drugs.
· 4 times more likely to contemplate suicide.

1 out of every 6 American women has been the victim of an attempted or completed rape in her lifetime (14.8% completed rape; 2.8% attempted rape).

17.7 million American women have been victims of attempted or completed rape.

44% of rape victims are under age 18.

Girls ages 16-19 are 4 times more likely than the general population to be victims of rape, attempted rape, or sexual assault.
Statistics
Statistics
Teens who receive a comprehensive education about sex are 50 percent less likely to have an unintended pregnancy than those who receive sex educations that are abstinence-only or contraception-only programs.
Emergency contraception and comprehensive sexuality education have both proven to reduce the rate of unintended pregnancy.

Almost 80 percent of parents support sexual education that includes information about sexual orientation.

More than 90 percent of parents of junior high and high school students believe that it is somewhat or very important for sex education to be included in the curriculum.

Evaluations of comprehensive sex education and HIV/ STI prevention programs show that they do not increase rates of sexual initiation, do not lower the age at which youth initiate sex, and do not increase the frequency of sex or the number of sex partners among sexually active youth.

In the U.S., more than 750,000 girls ages 15-19 become pregnant every year. More than 80 percent of these are unintended pregnancies.

Young people ages 15-25 contract 19 million STDs annually.

Two young people (ages 13-29) contract HIV every hour.
"Sexual assault is any type of sexual contact or behavior that occurs without the explicit consent of the recipient. Falling under the definition of sexual assault are sexual activities as forced sexual intercourse, forcible sodomy, child molestation, incest, fondling, and attempted rape."

The United States Department of Justice



237,868 people, ages 12 and older, are victims of rape and sexual assault each year.

Girls ages 16-19 are 4 times more likely than anyone else to be victims of rape, attempted rape, or sexual assault.

1 in 4 women will fall victim of sexual assault in their lifetime. That would be 4 of us, unless we do something about it.





Statistics
According to recent numbers about 15 percent of all dating violence victims are actually male among teen and adults.

It is hard to see men as victims, but it does happen even though not as commonly as with women. Because of this, men are less likely to report sexual assaults and rapes.

10% of men in the U.S will be victims of sexual assault.

I in 6 boys, before the age of 18, experience some form of sexual abuse.

Rape Culture
"Put Molly all in the champagne. She ain't even know it. I took her home and I enjoy that. She ain't even know it." - Rick Ross
There are no “blurred lines.” There is only one line: consent.
And the absence of consent is a crime.
"Rape culture is a phrase used to describe a culture in which rape is pervasive and normalized due to societal attitudes about gender, sex, and sexuality."
"I know you want it, You're a good girl"
"I hate these blurred lines."
- Robin Thicke
Our project was split into three main sub-points (Sexual Assault, Teen Pregnancy, and Sex Ed.), but our committee found it most important to focus on the education and prevention of sexual assault, rape, and rape culture.
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