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Among ASU students surveyed, 3.1% of female students and 0.7% of ASU male students experienced an attempted or completed sexual assault in the previous year (2013). Sexual assault can happen to anyone: any gender, any age, any socio-economic status, any profession, any ethnic or racial identity, any sexual orientation, any religious affiliation, anyone. You are not alone. Among ASU students surveyed, 3.3% of female students and 0.4% of ASU male students experienced an attempted or completed sexual assault in the previous year. In most cases, the victim and assailant know each other.
If you have experienced sexual assault you may feel angry, afraid, humiliated, confused, or numb. You may blame yourself, or make excuses for your assailant’s behavior. You may not know what to do our where to find support. The following information is a guide for you to help you find the information and support you may need for safety, medical, legal, counseling, and other considerations.
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