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PTSD is common among survivors of sexual assault and abuse

When people talk about post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), most people immediately think about members of the military. Those who see combat often experience post traumatic stress. Between 10 and 30 percent of veterans from any given conflict likely experience PTSD as a result. As sad as that statistic is, the rates of PTSD in those assaulted or abused by sexual predators is even higher. When it comes to survivors of sexual abuse and assault, the lifetime likelihood of developing PTSD is roughly 50 percent.

Sexual Assault Survivors’ Rights Act Passed Unanimously Passed

The Sexual Assault Survivors' Rights Act was passed by a vote of 89 - 0 in the United States Senate on May 23, 2016. This federal bill specifies what rights victims of sexual violence are entitled to. Read more about the passage of this bill, and the 24 year-old survivor that served as bill sponsor Jeanne Shaheen's (D-NH) inspiration.

Bill Cosby Formally Charged in Montgomery County

Bill Cosby appeared at his arraignment hearing in Elkins Park, PA on December 30th where he was charged as a felon with indecent sexual assault. These charges stem from an incident at Cosby's home in which he is accused of drugging and raping a woman. Read more.

Big 12 Bans Transfer Students Disciplined for Sexual Assault from Playing Football

The Big 12 has followed the SEC football conference's lead in prohibiting transfer students disciplined for "sexual assault, domestic violence, or other forms of sexual violence" from playing football at their respective institutions. To read further about this new policy :

New Study on Sexual Assault Prevention

A study published in the New England Journal of Medicine on June 11, 2015 details an experimental sexual assault prevention program that resulted in a nearly 50% reduction in the occurrence of on-campus sexual assaults. To read more about this new approach to teaching the prevention of campus sexual assault :

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