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A website for victims of Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, and Human Trafficking

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Stats


  • Every two minutes, someone is being sexually assaulted.
  • 3,287 people are sold or kidnapped and forced into slavery every day.
  • On average, 24 people per minute are victims of rape, physical violence or stalking by an intimate partner in the United States.


  • Each number represents someone's loved one who is suffering each and everyday.
    This website was built to help those victims get the help they need.

    Note: Keep in mind, sexual harassment and sexual assault can happen to anyone: male or female, young or old, homosexual or straight.

    Types of Sexual Violence

Types of Sexual Violence


Rape

According to Dictionary.com, rape can be defined as "unlawful sexual intercourse or any other sexual penetration of the vagina, anus, or mouth of another person, with or without force, by a sex organ, other body part, or foreign object, without the consent of the victim.".

Take Action

Do not be afraid to report rape, even if your school or job administration tells you not to. You are the victim, not the rapist. It is not your fault for being raped. Your rapist is just an insecure and evil person who needs to be taken to justice. At the first instinct of rape, Don't shower or douche before talking with the officer and going to emergency room or Women's Crisis Center.

Here are your rights as a victim of rape
For more information about Rape, click here


Sexual Assault

According to Wikipedia, Sexual Assault can be defined as "any type of forced or coerced sexual contact or behavior that happens without consent. Sexual assault includes rape and attempted rape, child molestation, and sexual harassment or threats."

Take Action

Do not be afraid to report any incident, even if your school or job administration tells you not to.

Here are your rights as a victim of sexual assault

Sexual Harrassment

Sexual Harassment can be defined as ANY sexual behavior that is unwelcome and makes the person feel uncomfortable or unsafe using inapporiate physical or verbal interactions. It usually occurs in the workplace and on the streets.



Take Action

Do not be afraid to report sexual assault and sexual harassment, even if your school or job administration tells you not to. You are the victim, not the perpetrator. It is not your fault for victimized. Your perpetrator is just an insecure and evil person who needs to be taken to justice. At the first instinct of action, Go to the local police precinct and talk with the officer about pressing charges against your perpetrator. If it happened at your school or workplace, talk to your administrator about the actions inflicted upon you by the perpetrator.

Here are your rights as a victim of Sexual Harassment at Work
For more information about Sexual Harassment, click here

Sexual/Gender Discrimination

Sexual/Gender Discrimination can be defined as discrimination in employment and opportunity against a person
(typically a woman) on grounds of sex.


Click here for more information about your rights Rights of Victims in the USA

Incest

Incest can be defined as sexual relations between people classed as being too closely related to marry each other.

Also, it can be defined as the crime of having sexual intercourse with a parent, child, sibling, or grandchild.

Click here for more information about incest and how to help
Information for victims of incest, click here
Laws related to incests based on your country

Domestic Violence

According to Safe Horizion, domestic violence is a pattern of behavior used to establish power and control over another person through fear and intimidation, often including the threat or use of violence. The most common forms of domestic violence include intimate partner violence, battering, relationship abuse, spousal abuse, or family violence. Most people who are in abusive relationships don't even realize that they are in an abusive relationships because they are still emotionally attached to their spouse. As a result, victims of domestic abuse are more likely to commit suicide, become homeless, become mentally disturbed, or get killed by their abuser.

Here are your rights as a victim of domestic abuse
Here are signs if you are in a healthy relationship

Human Trafficking

According to The State of California Department of Justice Office of the Attorney General, human trafficking consist of "all acts involved in the recruitment, abduction, transport, harboring, transfer, sale or receipt of persons, within national or across international borders, through force, coercion, fraud or deception, to place persons in situations of slavery or slavery-like conditions, forced labor or services, such as forced prostitution or sexual services, domestic servitude, bonded sweatshop labor, or other debt bondage."


    The Rights of Victims of Human Trafficking

  • They are not culpable for crimes committed as a direct result of their victimization
  • They should not be detained in facilities inappropriate to their status as a crime victim
  • They must receive necessary medical care and other assistance
  • They will be provided protection if their safety is at risk or if there is danger of recapture by the trafficker
  • If the victim is a foreign national, they have the right to apply for adjustment of their immigration status by applying for a T Visa
  • Once the victim receives their T Visa, the victim has the right to be certified for benefits, such as those received by a refugee

Here are the rights of victims of human trafficking in Europe

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