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The main reason why improving education is so extremely important is to stop people from turning into criminals and also to help people to understand that abusing people is damaging to everything. Human Rights need to be fully understood.

Sexual Harassment Types Sexual Harassment is Bullying or coercion of a sexual nature, or the unwelcome or inappropriate promise of rewards in exchange for sexual favors.

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What is considered to be Sexual Harassment?

Things considered to sexual harassment includes a range of behaviors, words or actions that may appear relatively innocent (such as joking, innuendoes, flirting and asking someone on a date) to behavior which is blatantly illegal (such as forced fondling, attempted or actual rape and sexual assault) can all constitute conduct of a sexual nature. Deliberate and/or repeated.

Direct or indirect threats or bribes for unwanted sexual activity. Rape
Sexual innuendos and comments.
Intrusive sexually explicit questions.
Sexually suggestive sounds or gestures such as sucking noises, winks, or pelvic thrusts.
Repeatedly asking a person out for dates, or to have sex.
Touching, patting, punching, stroking, squeezing, tickling, or brushing against a person.
A neck/shoulder massage.
Rating a person's sexuality.
Ogling or leering, staring at a woman's breast or a man's derriere or buttocks.
Spreading rumors about a person's sexuality.
Name-calling, such as bitch, whore, or slut.
Sexual Ridicule. Bullying
Frequent jokes about sex or males/females.
Letters, notes, telephone calls, or material of a sexual nature.
Pervasive displays of pictures, calendars, cartoons, or other materials with sexually explicit or graphic content.
Stalking a person.
Attempted or actual sexual assault.
Actual or attempted rape or sexual assault.
Unwanted pressure for sexual favors.
Unwanted deliberate touching, leaning over, cornering, or pinching.
Unwanted sexual looks or gestures.
Unwanted letters, telephone calls, or materials of a sexual nature.
Unwanted pressure for dates.
Unwanted sexual teasing, jokes, remarks, or questions.
Referring to an adult as a girl, hunk, doll, babe, or honey.
Whistling at someone.
Cat calls.
Sexual comments.
Turning work discussions to sexual topics.
Sexual innuendos or stories.
Asking about sexual fantasies, preferences, or history.
Personal questions about social or sexual life.
Sexual comments about a person's clothing, anatomy, or looks.
Kissing sounds, howling, and smacking lips.
Telling lies or spreading rumors about a person's personal sex life.
Neck massage.
Touching an employee's clothing, hair, or body.
Giving personal gifts.
Hanging around a person.
Hugging, kissing, patting, or stroking.
Touching or rubbing oneself sexually around another person.
Standing close or brushing up against a person.
Looking a person up and down (elevator eyes).
Staring at someone.
Sexually suggestive signals.
Facial expressions, winking, throwing kisses, or licking lips.
Making sexual gestures with hands or through body movements.
Referring to an adult as a girl, hunk, doll, babe, or honey.
Whistling at someone, cat calls.
Making sexual comments about a person's body.
Making sexual comments or innuendos.
Turning work discussions to sexual topics.
Telling sexual jokes or stories.
Asking about sexual fantasies, preferences, or history.
Asking personal questions about social or sexual life.
Making kissing sounds, howling, and smacking lips.
Making sexual comments about a person's clothing, anatomy, or looks.
Repeatedly asking out a person who is not interested.
Telling lies or spreading rumors about a person's personal sex life.

Sexual Harassment is a behavior. It is defined as unwelcome behavior of a sexual nature. For example, a man whistles at a woman when she walks by. Or a woman looks a man up and down when he walks towards her.

Non -Verbal Harassment
Looking a person up and down (Elevator eyes).
Staring at someone.
Blocking a person's path.
Following the person .
Giving personal gifts.
Displaying sexually.
Suggestive visuals.
Making sexual gestures with hands or through body movements.
Making facial expressions such as winking, throwing kisses, or licking lips.

Physical Harassment is giving a massage around the neck or shoulders Touching the person's clothing, hair, or body Hugging, kissing, patting, or stroking Touching or rubbing oneself sexually around another person Standing close or brushing up against another person.

Subtle Sexual Harassment is a behavior but not a legal term. It is unwelcome behavior of a sexual nature that if allowed to continue could create a QUID PRO QUO and/or a Hostile Work Environment for the recipient. For example, unwelcome sexual comments, jokes, innuendoes.

Quid Pro Quo Harassment is when employment and/or employment decisions for an employee are based on that employees' acceptance or rejection of unwelcome sexual behavior. For example, a supervisor fires an employee because that employee will not go out with him or her.

Hostile Work Environment is a work environment created by unwelcome sexual behavior or behavior directed at an employee because of that employee's sex that is offensive, hostile and/or intimidating and that adversely affects that employee's ability to do his or her job. For example, pervasive unwelcome sexual comments or jokes that continue even though the recipient has indicated that those behaviors are unwelcome.

Sexism is an attitude. It is an attitude of a person of one sex that he or she is superior to a person of the other sex. For example, a man thinks that women are too emotional. Or a woman thinks that men are chauvinists.

Sex Discrimination is a behavior. It occurs when employment decisions are based on an employees sex or when an employee is treated differently because of his or her sex. For example, a female supervisor always asks the male employees, in a coed workplace, to move the boxes of computer paper. Or, a male supervisor always asks the female employees, in a coed workplace to plan office parties.

Behavior as physical contact and advances, sexually colored remarks, showing pornography and sexual demands, whether by words or actions. Such conduct can be humiliating and may constitute a health and safety problem; it is discriminatory when the woman has reasonable ground to believe that her objection would disadvantage unwanted, improper or offensive; unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature made either explicitly or implicitly.

Callisto: Tech to combat sexual assault. We create technology to combat sexual assault, empower survivors, and advance. justice.

"Sexual Harassment Training will never be effective if education never improves or if the media never improves."

Times up Now is a Legal Defense Fund that provides subsidized legal support to those who have experienced sexual harassment, assault, or abuse in the workplace.


Sexual Assault Infograph Rape is a type of sexual assault usually involving sexual intercourse or other forms of sexual penetration perpetrated against a person without that person's consent. The act may be carried out by physical force, coercion, abuse of authority or against a person who is incapable of giving valid consent, such as one who is unconscious, incapacitated, has an intellectual disability or is below the legal age of consent. The term rape is sometimes used interchangeably with the term sexual assault.

Rape Kit are items used by medical personnel for gathering and preserving physical evidence following an allegation of sexual assault. The evidence collected from the victim can aid the criminal rape investigation and the prosecution of a suspected assailant. Rape Detection Kit

Statutory Rape is sexual activity in which one of the individuals is below the age required to legally consent to the behavior. Although it usually refers to adults engaging in sex with minors under the age of consent.

Serial Rapist is a rapist who rapes more than one person over a period of time. Some serial rapists target children. "Sexual predator", "Repeat Rape" and "Multiple Offending" can also be used to describe the activities of those who commit a number of consecutive rapes, but remain unprosecuted when self-reported in research. Others will commit their assaults in prisons. In some instances, a group of serial rapists will work together. These rapists can have a pattern of behavior that is sometimes used to predict their activities and aid in their arrest and conviction. Serial rapists also differ from one time offenders because "serial rapists more often involved kidnapping, verbally and physically threatening the victims, and using or threatening the use of weapons." Drug War

Sexual Assault is a sexual act in which a person is coerced or physically forced to engage against their will, or non-consensual sexual touching of a person. Sexual assault is a form of sexual violence, and it includes rape (such as forced vaginal, anal or oral penetration or drug facilitated sexual assault), groping, child sexual abuse, or the torture of the person in a sexual manner.

Sexual Misconduct is behavior used to obtain sexual gratification against another’s will or at the expense of another. Sexual misconduct includes sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual abuse, and any conduct of a sexual nature that is without consent, or has the effect of threatening or intimidating the person against whom such conduct is directed.

Sexual Discrimination is discrimination against a person or group on the basis of their sexual orientation or sexual behavior. It usually refers to a predisposition towards heterosexual people, which is biased against lesbian, gay, bisexual, and asexual people, among others.

Sextortion is a form of sexual exploitation that employs non-physical forms of coercion to extort sexual favors from the victim. Sextortion refers to the broad category of sexual exploitation in which abuse of power is the means of coercion, as well as to the category of sexual exploitation in which threatened release of sexual images or information is the means of coercion.

Sexual Slavery is slavery for the purpose of sexual exploitation. Sexual slavery may involve single-owner sexual slavery; ritual slavery, sometimes, associated with certain religious practices, such as ritual servitude slavery for primarily non-sexual purposes but where non-consensual sexual activity is common; or forced prostitution.

Dating Abuse is defined as the perpetration or threat of an act of violence by at least one member of an unmarried couple on the other member within the context of dating or courtship. It is also when one partner tries to maintain power and control over the other through abuse/violence. This abuse/violence can take a number of forms: sexual assault, sexual harassment, threats, physical violence, verbal, mental, or emotional abuse, social sabotage, and stalking. It can include psychological abuse, emotional blackmail, sexual abuse, physical abuse and psychological manipulation.

Domestic Violence (crimes)

Intimate Partners Commit the Most Crimes

Bullying - Abuse

Aggression is overt, often harmful, social interaction with the intention of inflicting damage or other unpleasantness upon another individual. It may occur either in retaliation or without provocation. In humans, frustration due to blocked goals can cause aggression. Human aggression can be classified into direct and indirect aggression, whilst the first is characterized by physical or verbal behavior intended to cause harm to someone, the second one is characterized by a behavior intended to harm social relations of an individual or a group.

When Sex turns into a Criminal Act and Perversion

Date Rape Drug is any drug that is an incapacitating agent which, when administered to another person, incapacitates the person and renders them vulnerable to a drug facilitated sexual assault (DFSA), including rape.

Alcohol and Sex deals with the effects of the consumption of alcohol on sexual behavior. The effects of alcohol are balanced between its suppressive effects on sexual physiology, which will decrease sexual activity, and its suppression of psychological inhibitions, which may increase the desire for sex. Alcohol is a depressant. After consumption, alcohol causes the body’s systems to slow down. Often, feelings of drunkenness are associated with elation and happiness but other feelings of anger or depression can arise. Balance, judgment, and coordination are also negatively affected. One of the most significant short term side effects of alcohol is reduced inhibition. Reduced inhibitions can lead to an increase in sexual behavior.

Sex and Drugs both legal and illegal, have been linked throughout human history, encompassing all aspects of sex: desire, performance, pleasure, conception, gestation, and disease.

Alcohol effects my Legs (image)


Social Stigma

Shame is feeling embarrassment, dishonor, disgrace, inadequacy, humiliation, or chagrin.

Guilt occurs when a person feels that they have violated a moral standard.

Body Image

Consensual Sex - Let's not and say we did

Violence Against Women Act

Sexual Violence Prevention Report (PDF)

Things to remember that can lessen your risk of being victimized.
Walk with purpose.
Keep your eyes up.
Know where the exits are.
Watch for suspicious people.
Avoid places that are known to be unsafe.
Don’t go places alone.
Run errands during the day.
Don’t linger in isolated places.
Don’t be distracted.
Stay in well-lit areas.
Always be aware of your surroundings.
Carry a Stun Gun.
Keep your keys in your hand, ready to go.
Use a Medical Alert Device.
Talk to some one on your cellphone if you suspect an attack.
Use Tracking Devices.

Violence Against Women

U.N.’s International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation (female genital cutting - female circumcision)
Globally, it is estimated that at least 200 million girls and women alive today have undergone some form of FGM.

Can A Bath Of Milk And Honey Replace Female Genital Mutilation?

Misogyny is the hatred of, contempt for, or prejudice against women or girls.

Step Up Program
Bystander Intervention Programs
Women's Education

Jimmy Carter: Why I believe the mistreatment of women is the number one human rights abuse (video)
How online abuse of women has spiraled out of control: Ashley Judd (video and text)

Women's Body

Statute of Limitations is specifying the length of time within which a claimant or prosecutor must file a case. However, once a charge is filed, cases do not need to be resolved within the period specified in the statute of limitations. May be extended for a variety of reasons (such as the minority of the victim)

Why do some men feel like that need to oppress or Dominate Women?
Why do people feel that it's necessary to control other people?

Dominance and Submission is only supposed to be just a fantasy for some people, not a reality. Seducing should only happen when both people have agreed to this behavior, and are both aware of the intentions, and the foreplay.

Forced Marriages

Arranged Marriage is a type of marital union where the bride and groom are selected by their families.

Thousands Of Young Women In U.S. are Forced Into Marriage.

Memory Banda: A warrior's cry against child marriage (video)

Tahirih Justice Center legal help for immigrant women forced to marry.

Guidance for Forced Marriage Information and practice guidelines for professionals protecting, advising and supporting victims.

Un-Chained at Last helping women leave or avoid arranged/forced marriages and rebuild their lives.

7.5 Million Child Marriages a Year Globally.
This year alone, 13.5 million girls under the age of 18 – that’s 37,000 daily – will marry. And almost one third of them will be younger than 15. 750 million women and girls will have been married as children by 2030.

Samburu Girls Foundation
Too Young to Wed
Marriage Info

Human Trafficking is the trade of humans, most commonly for the purpose of sexual slavery, forced labor, or commercial sexual exploitation for the trafficker or others.

National Women's Law Center - Law Info

Banaz A Love Story. A film by Deeyah Khan ©Fuuse Films (youtube)

Millions of African girls are becoming wives every year. In Niger, about 75% of girls will become child brides before they turn 18. In Chad and the Central African Republic the figure is 68%.

Girls Not Brides
Child Marriage Facts and Figures
More Power to Her: How Empowering Girls Can End Child Marriage
Women's Education

Vital Voices: Samar Minallah Khan 2015 (youtube)
Vital Voices

Lady Gaga Oscars Performance of "Til It Happens To You" Lady Gaga 2016 Full Performance (youtube)
Even if it does happen to you, there is still no guarantee that you'll experience the exact same thing as someone else. Some people don't learn the same way as everyone else, or experience things the same way as everyone else.

Reviving Ophelia: Saving the Selves of Adolescent Girls is a 1994 book written by Dr. Mary Pipher (wiki)

#IStandUp Against the Harm Caused By Objectification of Women in Advertising (youtube)
#WomenNotObjects (youtube)
Body Image

"If you liberate the mind and spirit of those around you, especially women, you have at least doubled your talent pool."

Domestic Violence (help)

At Least A Third Of All Women Murdered In The U.S. Are Killed By Male Partners.
Up to 75% of abused women who are murdered are killed after they leave their partners.
3 women are killed every day in America by a current or former intimate partner.
Each year 1.3 million women are victims of physical assault by an intimate partner.
Each year about 4,000 women die because of domestic violence.

3 Women Are Killed Every Day By Their Partners. Here Are 59 Ideas On How To Stop The Violence

Protective Order - Restraining Order

In the U.S. across the year 2008, courts issued an estimated 1.7 million domestic-violence restraining orders. On any given day in 2008, an estimated 1.2 million domestic-violence restraining orders were active. According to the FBI, between 600,000 and 700,000 records of permanent orders are entered annually into the NCIC registry. National Crime Information Center (NCIC)
Research suggests that restraining orders are between 40 and 80 percent effective in deterring future incidents of abuse in the year after obtaining the order.

Do Protection Orders Protect?

2010 should be another bumper year for temporary restraining orders, with 2 million to 3 million likely to be issued. Carrying a cost of roughly $2,000 apiece, this will ultimately cost taxpayers at least $4 billion

How Women Get Ready for First Dates (youtube)

Sexual Assault Expected (SAE)  What our Schools and Universities are hiding.

The Hunting Ground
Purple Pinkie

Another good reason why sex education needs to start before high school, and is completed before leaving high school.
Men need to be taught not to rape women, and women need to be protected when reporting assaults. You want peoples rights to be protected, but you don't want someone to get away with committing a crime either. Remove the rapist from school, but do not deny them an education. And if the victim wants to transfer to another school, then that school should pay for the transfer.

Just 20 Percent Of Female Campus Sexual Assault Victims Go To Police?  PDF

106 Colleges Are Under Federal Investigation For Sexual Assault Cases

Office for Civil Rights (wiki) 

Percent of Women who were Harrassed More Than 20 Percent of Female Undergrads at Top Schools Are Victims of Sexual Misconduct.

AAU Campus Survey on Sexual Assault and Sexual Misconduct

AP Investigation on Sexual Assault by Fellow Students. 17,000 official reports of sex assaults by students over a four-year period, from fall 2011 to spring 2015. That figure represents the most complete tally yet of sexual assault among the nation’s 50 million students in grades K-12. But it also does not fully capture the problem: Such attacks are greatly under-reported, some states don’t track them and those that do vary widely in how they classify and catalog sexual violence. About 5 percent of reported attacks involved 5- and 6-year-olds. Incidents jumped between ages 10 and 11 — typically the start of middle school — and continued rising until age 14, when they began dropping as students progressed through high school.

Pestered is to troubled persistently especially with petty annoyances. Annoy persistently. 

Besieged is to harass, as with questions or requests. Beleaguered.

Accosted is to approach with an offer of sexual favors.

Under-used Resources

Hundreds of Thousands of Untested Rape Kits in the US
Sexual Assault Kit Backlog
Rape Kit (wiki)

Affirmed Consent

Violent Criminal Apprehension Program ViCAP Linked only 33 crimes in 12 years. FBI with an $8.2 billion yearly budget, ViCAP receives around $800,000 a year to keep the system going. In 2013, police submitted 240 cases involving sexual assault to the system. The FBI recorded 79,770 forcible rapes that year. Local agencies entered information on 232 homicides. The FBI recorded 14,196 murders. ViCAP receiving information on only about 0.5 percent of such violent crimes.

Medicapt App helps clinicians effectively collect, document, and preserve forensic medical evidence of sexual violence to support the local prosecution of these crimes.

There's a Big Difference between People Watching and Staring

Harassment in Public Locations Stop Staring at Me!

Gawking is to look with amazement; look stupidly.
Leer is to look or gaze in an unpleasant, malicious, or lascivious way.
Evil Eye is a look that is believed to have the power of inflicting harm.
Gaze is to look at with fixed eyes. Focus
Staring is fixate one's eyes.

The Invisible War (2012) (video)
Meera Vijayann: Find your voice against Gender Violence (video)

Eye F*cking - When does admiring a pretty face turn into something creepy?

Safe City where people share their personal stories of sexual harassment and abuse in public spaces. Launched on 26 Dec 2012 and since then have collected over 4000 stories from over 50 cities in India and Nepal.

Stop Street Harassment
Emma Watson U.N. Speech (youtube)
He for She

Pervert or a Deviate is a person whose behavior deviates from what is acceptable especially in sexual behavior.

I noticed while in NYC that a lot of women were walking around staring at their cellphones, which for me was nice because I can gaze at them without them knowing, and it's also good for women too because they don't have to make eye contact and feel awkward when ignorant people like me are looking at them only because they're nice looking. It's sad for me, and sad for them, WTF are we doing? 2018 update. I noticed a decline in people walking while staring at their cellphones. Text Neck

Old Men Gawking - TV Show idea about the lives of Senior Citizens.

People Watching (just observing) - A quick glance is OK. Just take a brief look.

I definitely observe people a lot, for different reasons and in different ways. I look at how they walk, how they talk, and how they stand and sit. It's interesting to me. But some people think that the reason that you're looking at them must be sexual, that's because peoples minds are in the gutter, and they ignorantly assume that you must be in the gutter with them and be apart of their perverted imagination. I don't blame people for this type ignorance. It's just sad that they jump to these crazy conclusions. I'm sorry that I found you interesting. I thank you for making me a ware of your ignorant paranoia. Try not to make a profile out of it. I'm not judging you.

Woman Catcalled More Than 100 Times in Single Day in NYC (youtube)
i Hollaback
No More
Whistling At Your Mom(youtube)


Fight Sexual Violence Globally with Priya s Shakti 
Half the Sky Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide

Half Of All Female Homicide Victims Are Killed By Intimate Partners. More than 55 percent of the deaths were related to partner violence, and the vast majority of those were carried out by a male partner. More than 98 percent of those homicidal partners were men. (In general, men are more likely to be involved in a homicide than women. Seventy-seven percent of homicide victims are men.

Women Are Killed Every Day By Their Partners.

Here Are 59 Ideas On How To Stop The Violence

Criminal justice system

1. “Treat choking as the serious crime it is. Choking/strangling the victim is one of the top indicators of future homicide.” — Kim Gandy, CEO of the National Network To End Domestic Violence

2. “Create a national domestic violence registry, like the sex offender registry. Because the recidivism rate is so high.” — Kimberly Brusk, domestic violence survivor

3. “A lethality assessment protocol, used to determine how much danger a domestic violence victim is in, should be utilized across the U.S. Results should inform sentencing and treatment guidelines. Police and court officials should undergo training to understand lethality factors.” — Nicole Beverly, domestic violence survivor

4. “Relocation services and assistance for victims with high lethality risk, with a change of identity similar to current witness protection programs.” — Nicole Beverly, domestic violence survivor

5. “We need to do what the U.K. did and make psychological abuse a crime. Just because one was never hit, doesn’t mean you’re not a victim too.” — Jennifer Tetefsky, domestic violence survivor

6. “A system of detaining and monitoring the abuser rather than the victim having to drop everything and go to a shelter would afford greater safety. The victim still needs to go to work, still needs her kids to be in school, and those are both huge exposures to lethal violence. Remove the threat, not the threatened.” — Lisette Johnson, domestic violence survivor

7. “An electronic monitoring system where victims are alerted when their abusers who are on parole or probation are in their vicinity.” — Nicole Beverly, domestic violence survivor

8. “Stricter penalties for repeat offenders.” — Barb Weems-Mourglia, domestic violence advocate

9. “Law enforcement should arrest abusers when they violate restraining orders.” — Kate Ranta, domestic violence survivor

10. “Better communication across counties and states with law enforcement, prisons, jails, court systems and treatment providers regarding information about abusers. Perhaps a central monitoring system?” — Nicole Beverly, domestic violence survivor

11. “Harsher consequences for stalking, harassment, ongoing emotional and verbal abuse.” — Kate Ranta, domestic violence survivor

12. “Make non-fatal strangulation a felony in Ohio.” — Amy Weber, lost a family member to domestic violence homicide

13. “Judges: When a victim is asking for a permanent restraining order, grant it!” — Kate Ranta, domestic violence and gun violence survivor

14. “Do not force victims to be in the same courtroom as abusers. Allow for testimony to be taken separately and safely.” — Kate Ranta, domestic violence and gun violence survivor

15. Annual domestic violence training for police officers and court officials incorporating victim impact stories to put a face on the issue that they often become numb to.” — Nicole Beverly, domestic violence survivor Gun safety reforms

16. “Recognize that one of the most dangerous times for victims is when they are trying to leave the abusive relationship, or have already left. Make it easy to get a temporary restraining order, and remove firearms (and prevent gun purchases) during that danger period.” — Kim Gandy, CEO of the National Network To End Domestic Violence

17. Congress should close the loopholes in the federal gun prohibitions to ensure that stalkers and [abusive] dating partners are barred from gun ownership, just like other dangerous abusers. — Everytown for Gun Safety

18. Every state in the nation should prohibit possession of firearms by anyone convicted of abusing an intimate partner or family member. And every state should prohibit gun possession by anyone subject to a protective order prohibiting them from harassing, threatening or stalking an intimate partner or family member. — Everytown for Gun Safety

19. “Require police departments to investigate if domestic abusers are prohibited from owning guns, or [have the police] be subject to serious fines and imprisonment if their lack of proper investigation results in a shooting.” — Jennifer Tetefsky, domestic violence survivor

20. States should provide all records of prohibited abusers to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System, or NICS. — Center for American Progress

21. Congress should require comprehensive background checks and ensure that prohibited domestic abusers cannot easily evade background checks by buying guns from unlicensed sellers. — Everytown for Gun Safety

22. There are 46 percent fewer intimate partner gun homicides of women in states that require background checks for private handgun sales than in states that do not. State lawmakers should require private, unlicensed sellers to conduct background checks on gun sales, just as licensed gun dealers do. — Everytown for Gun Safety

23. States should pass laws requiring that domestic abusers turn in their guns to law enforcement or licensed gun dealers when they become prohibited. — Everytown for Gun Safety Financial assistance

24. Research shows that domestic violence victims do indeed lack adequate access to affordable legal services. What about subsidized lawyers for domestic violence survivors? — The Institute for Policy Integrity

25. “Comprehensive financial and legal services available immediately to victims. Job placement. Housing. Money to get out of the home.” — Kate Ranta, domestic violence survivor

26. “We need to train domestic violence survivors on financial literacy so they can become economically independent.” — Ludy Green, domestic violence expert

27. “Abusers mandated to pay into a pool that gives rental assistance to victims, so fewer become homeless because of domestic violence.” — Barb Weems-Mourglia, domestic violence advocate

28. “Domestic violence is the third leading cause of homelessness among families nationwide, according to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Due to a critical lack of affordable housing, families in domestic violence shelters typically have no safe, affordable options and are unable to leave shelter. Moving victims and their children as quickly as possible into safe, affordable housing reduces the trauma of domestic violence, the disruption of children’s lives, and increased cost to the public sector to house a family in a shelter.” — Carol Corden, executive director of New Destiny Housing

29. “My situation was one of abandoning rights to marital property if I left the house. I was shot while we were working out who would leave. In situations of abuse, partners should be protected from any forfeiture of marital property.” — Lisette Johnson, domestic violence survivor

30. “Allow victims to be on stand-by [for court hearings] so they aren’t continuing to miss work every time court is postponed.” — Nicole Beverly, domestic violence survivor Education and training

31. “Education in elementary schools. Little boys need to know that daddy pushing mommy around is not normal, and availability to a counselor should be there if a child wants to talk about their home life to someone.” — Anonymous

32. “Funding for domestic violence education at every high school in our nation. Teach our youth about red flags and not being a bystander. It truly makes a difference.” — Nicole Beverly, domestic violence survivor

33. “Attitudes need to change toward the victims of domestic violence. Many people still feel like the woman should ‘just leave.’ The problem is they don’t understand how dangerous it is to leave. The most volatile time is when the victim tries to separate.” — Lisa Riveglia Rasmussen, domestic violence survivor

34. “All EMS personnel should be required to have training on intimate partner violence dynamics and community resources. There is a significant gap in services to victims without that mandate.” — Karen Oehme, the Institute for Family Violence Studies at Florida State’s School of Social Work

35. “More needs to be talked about in terms of signs of manipulation and power/control in the mass media. When there’s no blood it’s just not ‘sexy’ or dramatic enough to make the news.” — Jennifer Tetefsky, domestic violence survivor

36. “We need more education about financial abuse. My ex-husband verbally and psychologically abused me for years. He systematically broke down my psyche until I could barely decide between wheat or rye on a sandwich without talking to him about it. Then, for six months on an almost daily basis, he worked to convince me that I was a bad parent because I was working 20 hours a week, 15 minutes from home. Once I left the best job I ever had, he had me totally under his control.” — Anonymous domestic violence survivor

37. “Become educated as a bystander on how to offer help in the right way (without judging) if you suspect/know someone in that situation.” — Lovern Gordon, domestic violence survivor

38. The National Governors Association, in collaboration with the Federal Government and Tribal Governments should launch a public education campaign in every state, territory and reservation. — Futures Without Violence

39. “Study funded to provide data of how often a woman lies about domestic violence versus it being legit. To shut up those who believe women lie about abuse.” — Kate Ranta, domestic violence survivor Divorce and child custody

40. “In my first domestic violence case as a young lawyer, a client was shot by her estranged husband when he arrived for visitation exchange. Courts must stop forcing victims to share custody, legal or physical, with an abuser (who will doubtless use the child to punish her for leaving, and maintain power and control over her), and must not require the victim to be alone with the abuser for visitation exchange.” — Kim Gandy, CEO of the National Network To End Domestic Violence

41. “Immediate divorce granted for victims nationwide. It’s currently state by state, with most not immediate. I was made to wait until after his prison sentencing (14 months) to get my divorce trial.” — Kimberly Brusk, domestic violence survivor

42. “Never require divorce mediation in cases of domestic violence.” — Nicole Beverly, domestic violence survivor

43. “Separate CPS cases for abuser and victim.” — Kimberly Brusk, domestic violence survivor

44. “Require intensive domestic violence training for guardian ad litems and child protective services.” — Kate Ranta, domestic violence survivor Support services and shelters

45. “A place to leave pets — like an emergency foster care system — if shelters won’t take them. So many won’t leave because abusers will kill their pets.” — Jennifer Tetefsky, domestic violence survivor

46. “Intensive mental health services for victims and children (covered by insurance or free).” — Kate Ranta, domestic violence survivor

47. “San Francisco was able to eliminate domestic violence homicides for 44 months. Domestic violence victims who access community-based services are less likely to be killed. We must ensure that there are funded community-based services that are accessible to all the various communities in an area, regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, language, immigration status, sexual orientation and disability.

City agencies must also be willing to come together with community-based agencies to identify gaps and weaknesses, so that the response both from government and non-governmental agencies is continuously being analyzed and improved.” — Minouche Kandel, Esq., Women’s Policy Director, City & County of San Francisco

48. “An interconnected system to research shelters and specific services.” — Jennifer Tetefsky, domestic violence survivor

49. “Career training for survivors of domestic violence is a crucial part of their successful journey to self-sufficiency and freedom from abuse. Our staff regularly encounter cases where abusers exert financial controls to intimidate and isolate their victims, including limiting access to bank accounts and preventing them from pursuing education and career opportunities. Our Economic Empowerment Program, a replicable workforce training initiative, was created to address the needs of survivors living in the nexus of abuse, poverty and homelessness, and has helped hundreds of survivors learn marketable skills and obtain living wage jobs since it began in 2011.” — Judge Judy Harris Kluger, director of Sanctuary For Families

50. “Don’t deny people access to shelters because of drug use or sex work.” — Hilary Hanson, ?HuffPost reporter

51. “More money for domestic violence shelters. Each year, the National Network to End Domestic Violence does a one-day survey of domestic violence programs nationwide to calculate how many people are accessing help. On a single day in 2015, 71,828 victims were served across the country. Yet, 12,197 requests for help went unmet because of lack of funding.” — Kim
Gandy, CEO of the National Network To End Domestic Violence

52. Invest in treatment programs for children who have witnessed or experienced violence. — Futures Without Violence

53. Invest in treatment programs for men and boys who use violence in relationships. — Futures Without Violence Workplace

54. Paid sick days and paid family leave laws and policies are essential. It is also crucial for the leave to extend explicitly to survivors of violence. Women comprise two-thirds of minimum wage earners and are disproportionately subject to violence and stalking both in and outside the workplace. Most low-wage jobs, unlike many office or white-collar jobs, don’t come with paid leave, health insurance, or other benefits.

Missing work means not getting paid and the very real risk of getting fired. In the aftermath of a traumatizing assault or frightening stalking incident, a worker may need to go to the police, to court, or to the doctor. Employers can and should be first in line to provide support and protection to their workers — not punishments that further jeopardize their safety and economic security. — Futures Without Violence

55. “More companies should offer paid domestic violence days if a victim has to attend court or is out because of an attack (this was a big one for me).” — Lovern Gordon, domestic violence survivor

56. “Laws to protect domestic violence victims from losing their jobs.” — Melissa Saporito, domestic violence survivor

57. Public agencies should receive a fine for decisions that put victims at increased risk. — Futures Without Violence

58. Employers should develop and implement workplace policies/protocols that specifically address domestic and sexual violence and stalking. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, more than 70 percent of U.S. workplaces don’t have a formal program or policy that addresses workplace violence. Most employers don’t think about violence affecting their employees until an incident occurs at the workplace. Rather than reacting to specific incidents, workplaces should adopt a more comprehensive approach. They can do this by focusing on protections and policies that create a culture of prevention? — ?not reaction. — Futures Without Violence.

59. Educate and train company leaders and employees. Employers should ensure that employees, including those in supervisory roles, know how to identify an employee who has experienced violence, and what resources are available for assistance. — Futures Without Violence.

Sticks and stones will break my bones but names will never hurt me. This Nursery Rhyme will not prepare you for the ignorance and the evil that is poisoning the minds of morons around the world. Taunting.

No Murder Day, as a holiday, today no one is allowed to murder, if you think that you will murder someone today, then please stay home, or go somewhere safe, and enjoy the holiday.

No Rape Day, if you think that you will rape someone today, then please stay go somewhere safe, enjoy the day off to reflect.

To be called a Slut or a Stud is the same thing, both are definitions of risky behavior. But some how slut became demoralizing while stud became glorifying, which is total ignorance and a direct attack on women. Demeaning or just teasing someone with words are tactics perpetrated by ignorant people who want to demoralize someone or make light of risky behavior, which only brings attention to their own failures and their own lack of knowledge. Yes you should explore and experience life, but beware of the risks and be prepared for the worse. If your not prepared, you are blindly playing with Disaster that could ultimately lead to excessive and undue Suffering. Have fun on all your adventures, but understand there are no guarantees. The Odds of Certainty.

Perversion - When an obsession turns into a Crime - Addictions

It's just not the lack of information and knowledge, it's when information becomes Distorted and Perverted it introduces numerous combinations of problems, problems that normally wouldn't even exist...illogical with an emphasis on "ill"....it's not just that you're doing something that you don't need to do, you're actually keeping yourself from doing the things that you really need to do, so you're causing more damage then you think.

Is it Mental illness? A Demonic Possession? A Lack of Self-Control? A Power Trip? Is it a Lack of Morals? Is it a Addictive Personality? Or is it just a Bad Education, or a lack of key information and knowledge?

Paraphilia (wiki) - List of Paraphilias (wiki)

When people experience intense sexual arousal to atypical objects, situations, sounds, and so on, we see more problems.
Sexual arousal should only come from your lover. A misplaced arousal makes true arousal towards your partner seem insignificant and less meaningful. But Brain Plasticity tells us that there is no behavior that is permanent. Permanency only happens when the person does nothing to correct the behavior. Just because something is happening inside of you, this doesn't make an arousal true or accurate. Control over your mind and body comes from being aware, and being more knowledgeable about the human brain and the human body. Every human is born with abilities, but if we don't use them, we lose them. People have become slaves to their impulses, unable to exercise control, controls that they were born with, but not skilled enough to know how to use them effectively.

National Sex Offender Registry
National Sex Offender Registry (wiki)

Family Watchdog is a free service to help locate registered sex offenders in your area.

Sex Crimes

You have to let kids know that there are bad people in the world, and if given the chance, those bad people will or might hurt you for what ever reason. The good thing is that there's not a lot of bad people in the world, even though there are many bad people in power, there are still not a lot of bad people in the world, mostly because people are born good. But it's always a good idea to protect yourself and reduce your risk and vulnerabilities to being victimized by bad people. So you have to learn how to be aware and how to be prepared if dangerous people cross your path. If you ever feel threaten or in danger you must escape and get help. If you do end up getting hurt in any way, you must understand that you will recover, as most people do. Remember, no one can take your soul, your soul is yours to keep. So stay strong, stay alert and play safe.

What are the differences between Foibles, Deviant Behavior, Perversion and Taboo?

Fixed Fantasy
Kink or Kinky?

So you wonder why there are so many Sex Crimes?
Indecent Exposure
Why are there so many Pedophilias?
What is Child Grooming?
Can Circles of Support and Accountability help Sexual Predators from Reoffending?
Does Defrocking 400 Priests who have sexually abused children solve the problem of Sexual Abuse?
Do you know someone on the Sex Offender Registry?
How do you know if you have been Molested
What are the physiological effects of Sexual Abuse?
What is Female Genital Mutilation?

Where can you go for help if you have been abused?

Help Guide
Crime Help

Slavery Footprint
I'm with Lincoln

Exploitation (public displays)

Womanizer is a man who engages in numerous casual sexual affairs with women.

Dehumanization describe a behavior or process that undermines individuality of and in others. Behaviorally, dehumanization describes a disposition towards others that debases the others' individuality as either an "individual" species or an "individual" object, e.g. someone who acts inhumanely towards humans. As a process, it may be understood as the opposite of personification, a figure of speech in which inanimate objects or abstractions are endowed with human qualities; dehumanization then is the disendowment of these same qualities or a reduction to abstraction.


Once you go against something natural, you increase the chance of having something unnatural happen, do your research, and don't be a Ginny pig.

What is Erotic Asphyxiation and why is it dangerous and stupid?  
What is the Fainting Game or The Choking Game?
Why not just learn how to hold your Breath, but of course not every single time
Learn Breathing Techniques

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