Join us in advocating for policies that will respond to and prevent violence, and call on the General Assembly to invest in prevention. The future we dream of begins with just one conversation. Learn more with the Building Thriving Communities Toolkit. You have a right to be safe, no matter who you are. If you have been hurt and want to talk about your legal options, contact the Virginia Statewide Hotline.
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Protecting Students from Sexual Assault
Campus and Sexual Violence
Rape myths are false beliefs people hold about sexual assault that shift blame from the perpetrator to the survivor. Rape myths have grown out of the long-standing gender roles, acceptance of violence, and incorrect information concerning sexual violence that exist in our society. The most effective way to confront and tackle rape myths is to educate yourself on the facts and respond honestly. Fact: Any person of any gender, age, race, class, religion, occupation, physical ability, sexual identity, or appearance can be raped. The perpetrator does not choose the victim because they are young, pretty, or provocatively dressed; the perpetrator chooses the victim who is vulnerable.
Campus and Sexual Violence
The fight to end sexual violence in the United States has always also required a concurrent fight against racism. Prejudice and discrimination on the basis of both sex and race are woven together in the issue of sexual violence, and so we cannot effectively combat one without combatting the other. As the nation grapples with […]. As we enter the month of February, there are few better topics to address the intersections of Black History Month and Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month than culturally specific Bystander Intervention. This web […].
Join us as we take the next step towards eliminating sexual violence. Act Too is our new crowd-sourced, immutable utility that enables anyone, anywhere, to get active in the movement. We discussed the power of our stories and introduced tools and practices to support you in navigating trauma to restore a sense of safety, joy, and agency. The 7-week series wrapped up on January 14th and was led by healing practitioners, artists, and survivors with a focus on introducing tools and practices including some skills to navigate crisis and trauma. If you missed any of the sessions, we invite you to relive the series with us.