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Your guide to birth control: How to find the best option that works for...

Learn about the usage, cost, and effectiveness of different types of birth control.
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Supporting the whole person: Strategies to help sexual assault survivors of all identities

Certain sexual assault survivors may experience marginalization based on their race, ethnicity, nationality, religion, class, sexual orientation, or gender. Keep these strategies in mind as you support your friend through this difficult time.
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Where and how to get professional help after sexual assault

How and where to get professional help after sexual assault or harassment.
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A self-care plan for survivors of sexual assault and harassment

Try these self-care strategies after experiencing sexual assault or harassment.
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How you can help prevent sexual assault of people with disabilities

Studies of sexual assault consistently show a higher rate of victimization of people with disabilities compared to nondisabled people. The good news? You can get involved.
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Strategies for supporting men who’ve experienced sexual violence

Rate this article and enter to winMost of us have supported friends through difficult times, such as a break-up, academic pressure, or family issues. But how do we step up and provide support when...
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Bystander intervention goes professional: 4 tips for stepping in on the job

Rate this article and enter to winHere’s something most of us know, and the research backs up: Small actions make a big difference, especially when it comes to preventing sexual harassment and assault. If...
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What enthusiastic consent actually looks like—and why you should hold out for it

When it comes to sexual encounters, we should strive not just for consent but enthusiastic consent. Learn the difference and why it's worth holding out.
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How you can change the sexual culture on your campus—and why that matters

Rate this article and enter to winWe all want campuses without sexual violence, but it can be hard to know where to start. In-the-moment strategies like bystander intervention are powerful tools to make our...
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Being stalked? 8 ways to help a friend

Rate this article and enter to winWhat are we talking about when we talk about stalking? The word has become a reference to nosing around each other’s Facebook timelines—or to unhealthy but not persistent...