Teenage rape prevention

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This campaign has been launched by the Home Office. Rhondda Cynon Taff Services For Young People is not responsible for the content of any external websites/links. Please be aware that the information & video footage is of a very sensitive nature. If you are affected by any of the content, or need support please find links & information for this at the bottom of the page or alternatively e-mail Services For Young People where we can support you to find the right help.

What is rape?
Rape is when someone forces another person to have sex against their will. Most rape victims are female, but men can be victims too.

Sexual assault is being forced or pressured to take part in sexual activity including unwanted touching, ‘sexting’ (texting sexual images), being forced to watch or be involved in pornography or sexual bullying.

Rape or sexual assault can be committed by a stranger, but it’s more likely to be someone you know.

Help for victims of rape and sexual assault

If you’re a victim of rape or sexual assault, it’s normal for you to be feeling scared, confused and distressed. Below are links to organisations you can turn to for support, advice and help.

IF YOU HAVE BEEN RAPED OR SEXUALLY ASSAULTED, IT’S IMPORTANT TO REMEMBER THAT YOU ARE NOT TO BLAME.

This is Abuse

Don’t Cross the Line

Teenage rape prevention – support materials

Rapecrisis

South Wales Police Domestic Abuse

Victim Support For Women

nidirect goverment information services

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