3.1% of ASU female students and 0.7% of ASU male students reported they experienced an attempted or completed sexual assault in the previous year. (unduplicated data)
5.9% of ASU female students 3.5% ASU male students reported that they experienced sexual touching against their will in the previous year.
1% of ASU female students and 0.6% of ASU male students reported they had been in a sexually abusive relationship in the previous year.
American College Health Association. American College Health Association-National College Health Assessment: Arizona State University Spring 2013. Baltimore: American College Health Association; 2013 (n=1,547)
Attempted or completed non-consensual sexual act
Anal, oral, or vaginal penetration
Threats of rape
Verbal agreement to engage in sexual activity; silence does not mean "yes"
Must be given by a sober, conscious individual
Must be given freely, with no emotional or physical force
Consent to one act of sex does not mean consent to all acts of sex
Know or it's "NO"
Silence does not equal a verbal "yes." Make sure you have verbal consent before engaging in any sexual acts.
A person has the right to say no at any point during any sexual act, even if they have consented in the past
If your partner says no or tells you to stop, stop immediately
Acquaintance Rape VS. Stranger Rape
It might surprise you to know, about 9 out of 10 sexual assaults are committed by someone the victim knows, not a stranger.
Fisher, B.S., Cullen, F.T., and Turner, M.G., (2000). The Sexual Victimization of College Women (NCJRS Publication No. 182369). Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Justice, National Criminal Justice Reference Service.
Sexual Assault, Drugs, and Alcohol
Alcohol is the number one date rape drug
A person who is under the influence of alcohol or any other drug cannot give consent
Stopping Sexual Assault
The perpetrator is the only one who can truly prevent sexual assault