Here are #2 Myths, #2 Facts, #2 Resources, #2 Articles, plus, One Campaign on Combating Sexual Assault
The More You Know: The difference between rape and sexual assault Rape is defined as unwanted penetration, whether that is oral, anal, or vaginal. Sexual assault refers to any unwanted sexual contact, including fondling and molestation. Via Rape Crisis in New Mexico
RAIIN is a great resource if you want to learn more about Sexual Assault and they are a great source of help for victims. *Click Image to see/learn more about Sexual Assault includes diverse demographics*
Articles and Stories
Did You Know?: Sexual violence affects every demographic and every community – including lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) people? Check out The Human Rights Campaign's post on "Sexual Assault and the LGBTQ Community"
Sexual Assault on College Campuses: Check out ThinkProgress's report on the "5 Important Facts You Need To Know To Understand The College Sexual Assault Crisis" as well as, our piece from last year Sexual Assault on College Campuses: A Tale of Cover Ups and Athlete Privilege
Sexual Assault Campaign In Taiwan
Last month, Taiwan with the help of some famous Taiwanese Stars (Chris Wu and Yao Yao) filmed a short PSA to combat sexual assault. They held a press conference “The No Means No Campaign” which highlights the stigma faced by survivors of rape and the pain felt by sexual assault victims. *No Subs, but the message and film still comes across*