here, we will be linking all of our informational instagram posts so they are easily accessible. take a few minutes to flip through the slides and learn about common topics we've been asked about.
grooming online is an unfortunate, but common occurrence that many young people, ranging from children to teenagers, experience. click the title to be redirected to a post that defines grooming, ways a predator can groom someone, and what you can do to stay safe online.
click the title to be redirected to a short post that covers some of the most common impacts that sexual assault can have on the mental health of the victim.
romantic relationships are commonly associated with consent, making them one of the most common relationships for sexual assault to occur. click the title to learn more about what you can do if you or someone you know is experiencing something similar.
personal safety is an extremely important aspect of staying safe and curbing sex crimes. we have promo codes with a few of these products and they are listed throughout the post! click the title to learn more about each item.
many people are unaware of what sexual harassment is. click the title to learn about different situations that are considered sexual harassment and what you could do if you witness it.
does this graphic look familiar? well, we chose this style because bystanders, rape apologists, and assaulters truly belong in the burn book. click the title and take a few minutes to find out what bystander behavior is, what it looks like, and how you can avoid being a bystander.
rape apologists are very toxic, but common people that victims encounter every day. click the title to learn about how you can identify and stop yourself from being a rape apologist.
to wrap up sexual assault awareness month, we created a post about date rape, which is an unfortunately common reason many people are assaulted. click the title to learn more about common drugs that are used and signs that are noticeable.
welcome to day two of sexual assault awareness week! today’s topic is rape myths. click the title to learn a little more about them!
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welcome to day one of sexual assault awareness week! rape culture is an ongoing problem In today’s society, especially in schools. click the title to learn more about what it looks like, and why it’s toxic.
happy woman’s history month everyone! We hope all of you are making an active effort to educate yourselves. it can be a struggle to tell your family or friends about your experience. click the title to learn some tips and remember you’re not alone!
click the title to learn more about supporting victims. learning how to support victims is very crucial because it is very likely that your loved ones have experienced this.
take a few minutes to learn more about victim shaming/blaming and its impact by clicking the title and looking through the slides.
consent is a super crucial topic. click the title to learn what consent is, how consent works, and what is not consent.
national sexual assault hotline: 1-800-656-4673
human trafficking and sex crimes can happen to anyone. we all need to be prepared, so we can keep our friends and family safe. make sure to look through these slides for more information on how to curb human trafficking along with sexual crimes! click the title to be redirected to our post!