Sexual Coercion

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Sexual Coercion
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Why might people engage in unwanted sexual activity
when force is not used?
At what point does it become rape?
Sally just suffered a sexual assault an hour
ago.
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What would you tell her not to do?
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Take a shower
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Do not try to figure out what you did wrong.
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Why not?
What would you tell her to do?
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Why not?
Report the attack?
Insist she call the police?
What could you do to help her recover?
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Listen
Comfort
Offer shelter
Janet just told you she was a victim
(Survivor) of a rape that occurred yesterday.
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What might she be suffering from?
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PTSD
What symptoms could you expect?
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Expressive or controlled emotions
Flashbacks
Nightmares
Depression
Anxiety
Sexual problems
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Lack of sexual desire
Twee was asked out on a date by a friend at
work for the first time.
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To avoid the possibility of a sexual assault, what should
she do?
Meet in a public place
Be independent
No drinking
Be clear in your expectations
Be consistent in the messages you are sending
What should Twee do if she is attacked?
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General discussion
Mary is at a party with people she does not
know.
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What drugs should she be aware of?
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Rohypnol
How can she avoid this and similar drugs?
Pedophilia
What type of person is most likely to be a
pedophile?
What could you tell your child to avoid them
being a victim?
Often court cases against pedophiles are
based on “recovered” memories from
childhood.
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What are some problems with these memories?
Sexual Harassment
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How can Cynthia know if she is a victim of sexual
harassment?
What can she do about it?

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