Sexual trauma services dating
Louisiana State University is committed to providing confidential, nonjudgmental and appropriate support services for all sexual assault survivors, regardless of gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age, ability, or whether or not they report the crime.
In addition, the University has a vested interest in obtaining an accurate account of the number of sexual assaults occurring on- or off-campus involving student survivors.
Rape, a specific type of sexual assault, involves any forced, manipulated, or coerced penetration of the vagina, anus, or mouth, by a penis or other object. Center for Safety & Change’s Rape Crisis Counselors are trained to help.
Our counselors offer a helping hand and a strong shoulder at a time when you need it most.
Last semester I was working in the dark room in the photography department.
Though my rapist wasn’t in my class, he asked permission from his teacher to come and work in the dark room during my class time. As long as he’s on campus with me, he can continue to harass me.
She is one of 23 Columbia and Barnard students who filed a federal Title IX complaint in April alleging that the university mishandled sexual assault cases.
I was raped by a fellow classmate the first day of my sophomore year.
But then I met two other women who told me the same person who had assaulted me assaulted them, and I decided I had to do something.
In general, it is a widely underreported phenomenon, thus available data tend to underestimate the true scale of the problem.
In addition, sexual violence is also a neglected area of research, thus deeper understanding of the issue is imperative in order to promote a coordinated movement against it.
I was put in the horrible position of trying to educate her and explain how this terrible thing happened to me.
I also had to watch my rapist give his testimony on a television in another room. Not only was he lying, but he was also making up these entire fantasy stories of sex that we’d had. He had every detail made up: "And then she put her hand here and then she said this word." It was scary to see someone’s mind work like that. I appealed, but appeals go to the dean who basically has the autonomy to make the final decision for every case of sexual assault on campus. They either must find a disinterested party or they should train him because he hasn’t been trained to know to deal with survivors. Even seeing people who look remotely like my rapist scares me.