How to Support a Friend After a Sexual Assault - A Guide
We’re so glad you’re here.
One of the toughest topics that we have to cover in the f school is what to do if a loved one has suffered a sexual assault. It’s tough, it’s uncomfortable, and no one wants to even think about that happening to their nearest and dearest.
Unfortunately, 1 in 3 women will experience sexual violence in their lifetime. That stat is even higher for women of colour* and trans women**.
*non-white women including Black, Latin-origin, Asian, and Indigenous women
**a person assigned male at birth who now identifies as female
But don’t fret - we’ve got you covered with a nifty little guide: our top 18 Dos and Don’ts of supporting a friend after a sexual assault.
This is jam packed with practical + emotional advice, as well as some sneaky self-care reminders.
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