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This website defines sexual coercion. It includes the role of drugs/alcohol, pressuring, coercive tactics, and more. Information about prevalence and prevention methods is also included.
This website defines and discusses sexual coercion. Information and examples of types of sexual coercion are included. The website lists the frequency of sexual coercion, provides information about risk, and discusses offenders. The website includes ways to fight back and to identify whether or not you are a victim. Hotlines and websites provided at the end of the web page can provide further assistance to those who identify themselves as victims.
This Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network page can help people see criteria for sexual assault in a situational context. The page provides detailed definitions, considerations, and answers to common questions. A link to The National Sexual Assault Online Hotline and the phone number for The National Sexual Assault Hotline are provided.
This website provides an overview of male sexual assault, including statistics, psychological consequences, and support concerns.
This site lists psychological consequences that sexual assault victims might experience: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Substance Abuse, Self-harm/Self-Injury, Stockholm Syndrome, Depression, Sexually Transmitted Infections, Pregnancy, Flashbacks, Borderline Personality Disorder, Sleep Disorders, Eating Disorders, Body Memories, Dissociative Identity Disorder, and Suicide.
This website provides a nice, succinct overview of bystander intervention and explains how bystanders can successfully intervene to stop a potential assault.