Spotlight on: Campus Safety Conference 2019


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Read: Update: 21 LGBTQ Students Sue USC, Sexual Health Physician

Update: 21 LGBTQ Students Sue USC, Sexual Health Physician

The students’ allegations against USC and the school’s physician include sexual battery, gender violence, sexual harassment, negligence and fraud.

Read: Study Finds Sexual Assault Victims Experience Long-term Health Complications

Study Finds Sexual Assault Victims Experience Long-term Health Complications

New research shows that women who have been sexually assaulted or harassed are more likely to experience depression or hypertension later in life.

Read: CDC Report: Fewer High School Students Having Sex, Using Drugs

CDC Report: Fewer High School Students Having Sex, Using Drugs

The CDC, however, also found more U.S. high school students are feeling depressed and have considered attempting suicide.

Read: Study: Teen Pregnancy Risk Increases Among Bisexuals, Lesbians

Study: Teen Pregnancy Risk Increases Among Bisexuals, Lesbians

The study found teenagers who identify as bisexual are five times more likely to have a teen pregnancy than heterosexual teens.

Read: CDC: Fewer High School Students Are Having Sex

CDC: Fewer High School Students Are Having Sex

The CDC used data from self-reported surveys taken by high school students in 29 states and broke it down by grade, race/ethnicity and sex.

Tenn. School Criticized for Allowing Gay-Straight Alliance Club

A video of the Feb. 8 school board meeting can be seen below.

Read: 91 Percent of Colleges Report Zero Incidents of Rape

91 Percent of Colleges Report Zero Incidents of Rape

The study was conducted using the data provided to the Department of Education through the Clery Act.

Read: ATIXA: Schools Must Protect LGBT, Gender Non-Conforming Students from Harassment

ATIXA: Schools Must Protect LGBT, Gender Non-Conforming Students from Harassment

The ATIXA’s statement clarifies its broadened definition of sex-based discrimination.

1 in 4 Univ. of Oregon Women Report Nonconsensual Sexual Incident

The survey was completed by 795 undergaduate students at the University of Oregon.

Boston College to Students: Stop Handing Out Condoms

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