Sexual Violence

Sexual Violence

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iz L Michelle Pena - Overview Sexual violence is a sexual action committed against someone without that persons freely given consent. o includes but is not limited to: completed or attempted forced penetration complete or attempted alcohol/drug-facilitated penetration of a victim non-physically forced penetration which occurs after a person is pressured verbally or through intimidation non-contact unwanted sexual experiences o Rape, harassment, and assault are all forms of sexual violence! ? e

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Wh y i s Sexual violence has the potential to affect everyone in social environments. Has the ability to cause mental and physical health consequences - long and term-term. o o Victims become more susceptible to sexual exploitation. Lack of response from the public to incidents leaves victims vulnerable to sexual and other gender-based violence. Causes and results of sexual violence. e c n e

l o i V l a u x e S o t s d r o w Key Megans Law: As of 2004, sex offenders are required to register as such. Allows the public to be aware of sex offenders in their area.

Perpetrator: The individual who has done the negative act caused harm, injury, violation. Victim: a person harmed, injured, or killed as a result of a crime, accident, or other event or action. No means no: very popular saying against the crime. (State of California Department of Justice, 2009) s m e l b o r P h t l a e H

f o y t i r e Sev In 2010, 1 in 5 women (18.3%) and 1 in 71 men (1.4%) have been raped (includes completed, attempted, and alcohol/drug-facilitated Black 22% penetration). women Victims x Raped by By an intimate partner

Males Females 51.1% By an acquaintance By a stranger 52.4% 15.1% 40.8% White women 18.8%

Hispanic women 14.6% More than 1 in 3 females and 1 in 10 males have experienced (CDC, 2010) rape. e c n le io V l a u x e

S f o s e p y T t n e r The Diffe (SV) According to Opposing Abuse with Service, Information and Shelter these are the type of SV

Rape Sexual Assault Unwanted or inappropriate Sexual Contact Threat Incest Stalking/Cyber Bullying (OASIS,2011) e c n e l o i V l

a u x e S f o s c i t s i Stat The Center for Disease Control and Prevention National for Injury Prevention and Control state (Collins-Gousby & Findlay, 2009) 5.3 million incidents of domestic violence occur each year among United states women age 18 and older Violence results about 2 million injuries and about 1,300 deaths. Domestic Violence also comes with a price $:

The cost of domestic violence against women is estimated to be $5.8 billion every single year. $4.1 billion for medical and mental health and $1.8 billion in the indirect cost of lost productivity. (Collins-Gousby & Findlay, 2009) e c n e l o i V l a u Causes of Sex Domestic Violence in a Household Many women for a long period of time have been victims domestic violence from their husbands.

The article Understanding Violence Against Women mentions: Males have the privilege to their womens bodies because they are married (Krishnaraj. M, 2007 p.90). In some cultures and religions masculinity express itself in the context of marriage through sexual demands (Krishnaraj. M, 2007 p.90). This gender inequalities are creating no voice for a married women or their children and getting beating by their husband or father. The Cycle It is shown that about 70% of kids who are abused or who witness violence in their home will then grow up and continue the cycle in their household(Beckys Fund, 2009). The possibility of domestic violence for women who were exposed to violence

can become victims again(Kelso, 2008, p.19-20) Beckys Fund.2009. The DV Cycle What is being done to address this issue? We should start talking about this secret sexual violence most of our population is ashamed and shut down because they dont want to be judge. Its never too young to learn a proper way of behaving with someone in a relationship. Children learn from their parents and if they observe violent and abusive parents they will provide that later in their lifetime and project the same violent cycle. Instead of allowing the intergenerational cycle of domestic violence to be perpetuated in our homes and families, we should be teaching our young people that there is no excuse for abuse (Collins-Gousby & Findlay, 2009).

s e s u p m a c College s e s u p m a c College Sexual assault has been increasing on campus. According to U.S Department of Justice

The majority 51% of student rape and sexual assault victimization occurred while the victim was away from home (Sinozich and Langton, 2014, p.6) College students knew their offender in about 80% of rape and sexual assault victimization (Sinozich and Langton, 2014, pg.7 ) These college female student didnt report their sexual assault or rape to the police (Sinozich and Langon, 2014, pg.9) Also many schools are failing to protect students from sexual assaults and treated them with indifference after some of the is th s s e r d d a

to e n o What is being d issue? Obama administration outlined is making an effort that will track the problem and help protect students on campus (Combine W.S, 2004) The U.S. Department of Education will provide colleges with samples question and materials to develop surveys that will become a requirement by 2016 (Combined W.S, 2004). President Obamas administration Its on Us campaign, the White House Task Force to Protect Student from Sexual Assault are working with Liza Jackson a film producer to produce a documentary about Sexual assault that will be shown to campuses (Daunt. T, 2015) - n

o i t a d n e m m o Rec For dangerous emergencies call 911 Consultation or assistants are provided also NOMORE organization provides a wide rage of help National Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-799-SAFE/ National Sexual Assault Hotline 1-800-656-HOPE/ (NOMORE,2015)

n o i t a d n e m m o Rec CSUN Resources 24hr Police Dispatch (818)677-2111 Klotz Student Health Center Matador Patrol R.A.D - Defence techniques - $10 for CSUN students, faculty and staff

SPEAK UP! STOP THE SILENCE (CSUN,2015) Stakeholders The National Sexual Violence Resource Center is a website that gives different resources regarding sexual violence. A phone number, website, description and address can be found through this database. Resources Campus Focused: The California Coalition Against Sexual Assault (CALCASA) Campus Outreach Services (COS) The Clery Center for Security On Campus Students Active for Ending Rape (SAFER)

resources Victim/survivor support: Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN) Speaking Out About Rape (SOAR) Center for Law and Public Policy on Sexual Violence (CLPPS) . . . d e u n i t n o c Resources

AEquitas: The Prosecutors Resource on Violence Against Women American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (APSAC) National Organization on Male Sexual Victimization . . n o c s e c r u o Res Department of Defense (DoD) Safe Helpline

In the event of an emergency where sexual abuse has occurred please pick up the phone and dial 911. Video ? ? ? t c a F r o h Myt 1. Women who don't actually try to fight the man have not been raped. Rape is committed by insane, violent sex maniacs.

2. A weapon isn't necessary for rape to occur - fists, body weight, psychological pressure, the victim being drunk all count as rape. ? ? ? t c a F r o h Myt 3. Only men rape women. Answers!!! 1. Myth

2. Fact 3. Myth Did you get them right? s e c n e r e f e R d Cite Frieden, T., Degutis, L., & Spivak, H. (2010). National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey. Center of Disease Control and Prevention. Retrieved March 20, 2015, from Sexual Violence: Definitions. (2015, February 10). Center of Disease Control and Prevention. Retrieved March 20,

2015, from Sexual violence. (2015). World Health Organization. Retrieved March 20, 2015, from About Megans Law. (2009). State of California Department of Justice. Retrieved March 20, 2015, from Cited References Opposing Abuse with Service, Information and Shelter (OASIS). (2011). What is Sexual Violence?. Boone, NC. (Unknown Author). Collins-Gousby, D., & Findlay, M. R. (2009, 04). No excuse for domestic abuse. Boston Haitian Reporter Retrieved from Krishnaraj, M. (2007). Understanding violence against women. Economic and Political Weekly, 42(44), 90-91. Beckys Fund-Domestic Violence. (2009). Learn How You Can End The DV Cycle In a Big Way. Washington DC. (Unknown Author). Kelso, C. M. (2008). Growing up in a violent household: The impact of domestic violence on problem behaviors among children(Order No. 3345092). Available from ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Full Text: The Humanities and Social Sciences Collection. (304381988). Retrieved from s

e c n e r e f e R d Cite Sofi, S. & Lynn, L. (2014). Rape and Sexual Assault Victimization Among College Age Females, 1995-2013. U.S. Office of Justice Program Bureau of Justice Statistics. U.S Department of Justice. (Unknown Author). Combined, W. S. (2014, May 04). Spotlight On Campus Sexual Assault. Hartford Courant. Retrieved from Daunt, T. (2015). Obama joins documentary trend: Campus sexual violence. Hollywood Reporter, 421(2), 16. NOMORE.(2015). Need Immediate Help?. (Unknown Author). Department of Police Service. (2015). Rape and Sexual Violence. California State University, Northridge. (Unknown Author).

s e c n e r e f e R Cited Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape. (2015, January 1). National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) |. Retrieved March 26, 2015.

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