Reclaiming Your Sexuality after Sexual Assault

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According to the Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN) someone in the U.S. is assaulted every 2 minutes. Approximately 2/3 assaults are perpetrated by someone known to the victim. These stats can make dating and relationships a scary task for any woman, let alone a woman who is a survivor of sexual assault. Sexual assault is a crime that often leaves its survivors confused, ashamed and angry. The most important thing is for women to not only survive, but thrive and reclaim their sexuality. It’s important to understand what a healthy sexual relationship looks like and to be able to reclaim your right to explore your sexuality and enjoy it. It can be a challenging and scary process, but it’s totally worth the while. Learn about how to initiate reclaiming your sexuality after sexual assault:

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