Sexual assault is any sexual activity without the consent of both parties. You and your partner need to give and get an ENTHUSIASTIC YES every step of the way.
Consent is when both people agree, both verbally, physically and emotionally to a sexual activity. It involves checking in with your partner, allowing your partner to stop at any time, being open to your partner changing their mind, and going at a pace that is right for everyone.
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Sexually assaulted while in college:
7/10rapes are by someone the victim knew
20%of female student victims report to law enforcement
If you see something happening to your friend or peer, take a stand and intervene , but be sure you're safe, too! To help someone in need, you just need to CARE:
Your student health and counseling center are required by law to keep the information you share completely confidential. Or, call RAINN's toll-free, 24-hour, anonymous hotline.
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