Galop can help if you’ve been the victim of sexual abuse. Sexual abuse can happen once or several times and involves unwanted contact of a sexual nature between two or more people. Sometimes this abuse happens within families or intimate partnerships. Sometimes this abuse is acquaintance or date rape, while other sexual assaults are part […]
Unwanted pressure to have sex, being given drugs and/or alcohol that lessen your ability to consent to sex, and unwelcome touching of your body in a sexual manner are all types of sexual abuse.
You might be worried that police won’t take LGBT sexual abuse seriously, or that you’ll be outed if you report abuse.
Galop can help you find the support that you need, whether that’s assistance with reporting a crime or helping you to feel safer where you live.
If you’ve recently experienced an assault, a Haven can talk to you about having a medical exam, collecting evidence, and keeping yourself safe.
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