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Sexual assault is any unwanted sexual act done by one person to another. This includes any unwanted touching of a sexual nature such as kissing, fondling, oral sex or intercourse. Sexual assault is an act of violence committed by a person in order to feel power over another person.


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A recent survey suggested a shockingly high proportion of women have been sexually assaulted by a partner as they slept. Now more and more are speaking out. At the time, she was 25, and a language teacher in a Dublin secondary school. Her partner, Magnus Meyer Hustveit, was Norwegian. The couple had moved in together within a few months of meeting, but things were tense. When she did wake, she was no longer wearing her pyjama bottoms and had semen on her body.

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Sexual assault is when a person forces or coerces another into unwanted sexual contact, like unwanted sexual penetration of the body or unwanted touching of intimate parts of the body.

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Around 1 in 5 women and 1 in 16 men are targets of attempted or completed sexual assault while they are college students. Sexual assault is caused by a perpetrator who chooses to harm another person.

Anyone can be sexually assaulted. Perpetrators target adults, teens and children of all ages regardless of gender identity or sexual orientation. Everyone reacts differently to the trauma of being sexually assaulted.

Any reaction that a victim has is normal. During the days, weeks, and months after the assault you may have a variety of reactions.

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Survivors commonly feel a variety of worries after the assault. They may replay the assault over and over again in their minds, thinking about their own actions and blaming themselves for what happened. Sometimes this can lead to feelings of shame or anxiety about what others will think. Consuming alcohol or drugs, walking alone, wearing certain clothing, agreeing to be alone with the perpetrator, consenting to some sexual activity, changing your mind about sexual activity or having consensual sex with that person in the past, does NOT make you responsible when someone assaults you.

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You may also be worried how the assault affects your relationships, immigration status, legal proceedings and your status as a student. Help is available for these issues and to talk about your thoughts and feelings.

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Spotlight Content. Main Content About Sexual Assault Sexual Assault Info Sexual assault is when a person forces or coerces another into unwanted sexual contact, like unwanted sexual penetration of the body or unwanted touching of intimate parts of the body.

Facts Around 1 in 5 women and 1 in 16 men are targets of attempted or completed sexual assault while they are college students. LECSA logo. Common Reactions Common Reactions to Sexual Assault Some common reactions to sexual assault Everyone reacts differently to the trauma of being sexually assaulted.

Confusion, lack of concentration. Fear, nightmares, panic.

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Sadness, depression, helplessness. Anger, betrayal, isolation, guilt. Possible Physical Reactions Loss of appetite, nausea, stomach pain.

Sleeplessness, or sleeping more than usual. Headaches, feeling tired. Other body pains backache, soreness, bruising. Other Worries Other Worries Survivors commonly feel a variety of worries after the assault.