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TEEN RAPE PREVENTION BOOKS AND VIDEOS

Teen rape is forced sexual intercourse or sexual assault on a teenager. There are a number of forms of sexual assault that can occur in children and teens, including rape, attempted rape, child molestation, unwanted sexual intercourse, and inappropriate touching. Rape is not sexual but about power control. Some rapists use drugs called "date rape drugs" to take away a teen's ability to resist. Rape is a serious crime, whether the rapist or molester is a stranger, an acquaintance, or a family member. No matter how it happened, rape is extremely frightening and traumatizing. A victim might have many intense feelings including anger, depression, or fear. It is also common for victims to feel ashamed or embarrassed and they might keep the incident a secret. Some victims withdraw from family and friends. Rape victims require medical attention, counseling, care, comfort, and time to heal.

Many rape victims know their attackers. They should make their wellbeing their first priority. They should not worry about protecting the person who raped them. They have the choice to report the crime or not. Victims of sexual assault require medical attention immediately without changing their clothes, showering, or washing. Being examined right away is the best way to ensure they get proper medical treatment as well as providing evidence needed to prosecute the rapist if a criminal case is pursued.

If you feel you were or are being sexually assaulted immediately get away from the attacker to a safe place as fast as you can and then call 911 or the police. Go to the nearest hospital emergency room. You need to be examined or treated for any injuries and screened. Do not wash, comb, or clean any part of your body. Do not change any clothes if possible.  There are many rape hotlines available including the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 1-800-656-HOPE. You must know that the rape was not your fault, seek medical care and professional guidance.

Our educational books and videos address the fundamentals of rape prevention and management while other deal with more advanced sexual assault prevention and management problems and offer solutions.  Our Teen Rape Management Resources Store has lots of books and videos here to help prevent and manage sexual assault!

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