What is Sexual Violence?
Sexual Violence can be verbal, visual or anything that forces a person to join in unwanted sexual contact or attention.
This may include:
Rape: unwanted sex in oral, anal, or vaginal penetration of the victim by body parts or objects using force, threats of bodily harm, or by taking advantage of a victim who is incapable of giving consent.
Sexual Assault: any forced or unwanted sexual activity, including rape, incest, sexual abuse, and molestation.
Molestation: any forced or unwanted touching part of body, such as breasts, buttocks or genitals.
Harassment: aggressive pressure or intimidation.
Stalking: following you; driving by your home, school or job; call you repeatedly; threatening to hurt you or your family, friends and/or pets; damaging your home, car or other property.
If you suspect you are experiencing this sexual violence.
You are not alone.
You are not to be blame.
You do not deserve to be treated that way.
You have rights.
You can get help.
Contact by email at Connect@odscunity.org or call at (508) 426-2420 (VP)