What Is Sexual Violence?
Sexual violence is a broad term used to encompass experiences of rape, sexual coercion, assault, harassment, abuse, and more. Tragically, countless men and women of all ages live in light of these experiences.
In the age of #MeToo, and the heightened cultural dialogue surrounding sexual harassment, assault and consent, the National Center on Sexual Exploitation also recognizes that pornography and pop culture – whether in the form of movies, television or advertisements – regularly normalizes and even glamorizes sexual violence. Therefore, in order to instigate a cultural shift that denounces all forms of sexual violence, it is vital to address these societal influences.
Learn more and take action through the National Center on Sexual Exploitation’s various campaigns related to sexual violence.
A JetBlue employee has filed a lawsuit against the airline as well as a co-worker. She claims that the airline did nothing when she reported being sexually assaulted by the co-worker, and she claims that this is even after JetBlue allegedly told her they had substantiated the attack occurred. Excerpt from Fox Wilmington: That night, the…
Published on The Palm Beach Post WEST PALM BEACH — Suffering back pain from the weight of a gun, radio and other items she carries around her waist as a corrections officer, a 32-year-old Palm Beach County sheriff’s deputy began going to Massage Envy for relief. On her third or fourth trip to the national…
Sex dolls, and particularly child-like sex dolls, have become increasingly normalized in recent years as shown by movies like Lars and the Real Girl. Some people claim that these dolls are a valid alternative to real, partnered sex and, disturbingly, some even argue that child sex dolls could be helpful for pedophiles. Excerpt from ABC…
Is pornography allowed on Twitter? In November of 2019, Twitter clarified its Sensitive Media Policy stating: “You may not post media that is excessively gory or share violent or adult content within live video or in profile or header images. Media depicting sexual violence and/or assault is also not permitted.” This initially seems promising, however,…
Massage Envy was placed on the National Center on Sexual Exploitation’s Dirty Dozen List in 2019 because of the growing number of sexual assaults taking place in their business, and because of poor policies that allow the problem to persist. Unfortunately, in 2020, we see that Massage Envy is still continually choosing to protect the company,…
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