International march and rally against sexual violence for women and children held on the last Friday evening of October every year. It is known in some countries as Take Back The Night.
By being aware, a woman can reduce the likelihood of becoming a rape victim. This does not mean all rapes can be prevented.
Frank and challenging workshops and trainings designed to inspire participants to take action in preventing all forms of sexual aggression.
Safety tips and tricks, with advice for women.
These guidelines are based on recommendations of the Los Angeles and Anaheim, California Police Departments, Adam Walsh Child Resource Center and The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
What men would rather women didn't know. A frank editorial about men's reaction to - and possibly their capacity for - rape.
Two books written by a recovering child molester about the offender recovery process, and about his experiences in the first year of treatment.
A non-profit safety organization in Massachusetts explains how it teaches women various methods of self-defense and empowerment.
A description of the methods used by one sex offender, intending to illustrate that sexual offences are often premeditated, predatory acts of manipulation, deceit, intimidation and careful planning.
Article. Before the discussion about possible treatments for rape trauma syndrome begins, prevention should be mentioned.