Sexual Assault

Read: Male Sexual Assault Research Inadequate, Study Claims

Male Sexual Assault Research Inadequate, Study Claims

The intent of the study is to show that depression caused by sexual assault is understudied and underreported in adult men.

Read: 23 More Women Join Lawsuit Against MSU’s Larry Nassar

23 More Women Join Lawsuit Against MSU’s Larry Nassar

A federal lawsuit against athletic trainer Larry Nassar now includes 114 alleged victims.

Read: HIV-Positive Teacher’s Aide Accused of Filming Student Sexual Assaults

HIV-Positive Teacher’s Aide Accused of Filming Student Sexual Assaults

Seven of at least 10 victims in the teacher’s recordings have been identified by police and range from sixth-graders to eighth-graders.

Read: Univ. of Calif. System Updates Staff Sexual Misconduct Policy

Univ. of Calif. System Updates Staff Sexual Misconduct Policy

The changes follow a staff sexual misconduct controversy at the school earlier this year.

Read: Mandatory Sexual Assault Prevention Training Part of Univ. of Utah’s New Safety Investments

Mandatory Sexual Assault Prevention Training Part of Univ. of Utah’s New Safety Investments

The project also includes a new campus safety website, additional staff members, and improved campus lighting.

Read: Study: Victims Often Experience Paralysis During a Sexual Assault

Study: Victims Often Experience Paralysis During a Sexual Assault

During a sexual assault, seven out of ten female survivors reported significant immobility while nearly one in two experienced extreme immobility.

Read: 3 Lessons the Military Can Teach Colleges About Responding to Sexual Violence

3 Lessons the Military Can Teach Colleges About Responding to Sexual Violence

The U.S. armed forces have pioneered promising new ways to address sexual assault among its soldiers. Three prevention strategies in particular apply to institutions of higher education.

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