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Sexual Assault Awareness

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Sexual assault can take many different forms and be defined in different ways, but one thing remains the same: it’s never the victim’s fault.

The term sexual assault refers to sexual contact or behavior that occurs without explicit consent of the victim. Some forms of sexual assault include:

  • Attempted rape
  • Fondling or unwanted sexual touching
  • Forcing a victim to perform sexual acts, such as oral sex or penetrating the perpetrator’s body
  • Penetration of the victim’s body, also known as rape


Sexual Assault is strictly prohibited at Liberty University and is a violation of Liberty University’s Sexual Misconduct Policy.

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Safety Tips: Reduce the Risk of Experiencing Sexual Misconduct:

Reduce the Risk of Committing Sexual Misconduct:

What is Consent?
What does Consent look like?
Bystander intervention: How can you help someone?

Healthy Relationship Behaviors:

Unhealthy Relationship Behaviors:
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