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Myths About SA

  1. It only happens to woman. This is false because sexual assault can happen to any gender, sexuality, or race.

  2. It is preventable. Many individuals say this as a way to subtly victim blame. However, in fact, sexual assault is not preventable. No matter what you wear or how you dress, everyone is at risk

  3. Consent is implied. While body language should be taken into account, consent needs to be expressed verbally.

  4. Consent has no limitations. Consenting to kissing does not mean consenting to other sexual activities. On the other hand, consenting once does not mean consent no longer needs to be received.

  5. Sex is owed. Nobody has only obligation to sex.

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