When we overhear or see something that doesn’t feel right, it can be difficult to know how to react. Here are some tips and suggestions for what you might do to intervene and interrupt that violence.
If one of your family members is being abusive to their partner, you have the power to be an active bystander.
Most people assume that the survivor is the one who will take steps to leave an abusive relationship. But in some cases, it’s actually the abusive partner who ends the relationship.
Key copier apps can be used by abusive partners/stalkers to gain access to personal spaces without your consent.
Healthy BDSM relationships require just as much–if not more–of the same things that healthy “vanilla” relationships do: trust, honesty, respect and equality.
This year, let’s engage new voices during Sexual Assault Awareness Month!
There are lots of harmful myths about bisexual people. If someone you love is bisexual, learn how you can support them!
If you identify as bisexual and have experienced biphobia from a partner or someone outside your relationship, you deserve support!
As we celebrate International Women’s Day, it’s important to remember that ALL women deserve support and safety, regardless of race, religion, country of origin or immigration status.
For the first time in history, a culturally-relevant, safe and confidential resource is available for Native American survivors of domestic violence and dating violence.