Sexual Abuse: Advice and Information - WCA
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sexual abuse

Sexual abuse is common in abusive relationships, but it is rarely discussed. The abuse can be subtle or overt, and commonly leave the victim with feelings of shame and humiliation.

NEED ADVICE

ON WHAT YOU

CAN DO?

Sexual abuse is usually undesired sexual behavior by one person and can involve:

  • Physically forcing sex
  • Making you feel fearful about saying no to sex
  • Forcing sex with other partners
  • Forcing you to participate in demeaning or degrading sexual acts
  • Violence or name calling during sex
  • Denying contraception or protection from sexually transmitted diseases