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Week 1- Class Notes

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Definitions of key terms of sexual assault
PREPARE- Bystander Intervention Training
Beth Montplasier
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Elina Doolabh on Thursday February 11, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 21151 at Wake Forest University taught by Beth Montplasier in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 24 views. For similar materials see PREPARE- Bystander Intervention Training in Women and Gender studies at Wake Forest University.


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Date Created: 02/11/16
1­12­16 WGS 397­ PREPARE Prevalence  ­ 1 in 5 boys and 1 in 3 girls experience childhood sexual abuse ­ 20­25% of college women will experience attempted/completed rape ­ 6.6 million men and women are affected by stalking each year ­ 21% of college dating relationships one of the partners is being abused Reporting ­ >5% of completed or attempted rapes against female identified college students are reported to law  enforcement ­ It is estimated that this percentage is even lower for male identified survivors o Social stigma o Ego/ masculinity/ perceived gender roles o Fear of not being believed Gender­ based Violence: anything that is happening that is based on your gender Sexual misconduct ­ Sexual Assault: o Attempted or completed unwanted sexual advances o Physical or emotional o Includes acts where there is contact and non­contact o Can be completed or uncompleted ­ Rape: o A lack of consent involving a sexual activity o Non­consensual o Attempted or completed penetration o Bodily orifice (vagina, mouth, anus) o Penis, Object, Tongue, or Finger o Subset of sexual assault ­ Sexual touching: o Non­consensual o Touching (including attempted or completed penetration) o Breasts, Buttocks, Groin, Genitals o How it is intended/ how it is received o Intent with pattern of behavior (touching shoulder constantly and you’re the only one this is  happening to) ­ Sexual exploitation: o Taking advantage of someone or using them as a sexual object o Young children o Sex trafficking o Receiving pictures that the person in the photo would not want to share o Non­consensual, unjust, or abusive o Taking sexual advantage of another:  Peeping  Prostituting another individual  Video/Audio recordings of sexual acts without consent  Knowingly transmitting a sexually transmitted disease  Allowing others to watch a personal act of consensual sex without partner’s knowledge  or consent  Inducing incapacitation with the intent to rape or sexually assault another o Minors cannot consent to sexual acts  o (4 years age difference in NC) One person taking advantage of the other ­ Sexual intimidation: o Persuasion or pressure placed upon a person to engage in sexual activities o Threats or acts of bullying, aggression o Indecent exposure ­ Consent:  o Can change at any time o Needs to be clear, vocal, physical consent o Sober consent… intoxicated consent is not consent o Alcohol and other drugs are often used to trick person into consent o The absence of “no” does not mean “yes” o Clearly spoken boundaries o Informed decision made freely, willingly, and actively by all parties o Affirmative decision to engage in mutually acceptable sexual activity given by clear actions or  words o Age restrictions (under 16 in NC) o NOT coercion or cooperation


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