Sexual assault is a serious problem in British Columbia. According to the General Social Survey on Victimization, there were 70,000 sexual assault incidents in B.C. in 2014. It is estimated that one in three women will experience some form of sexual assault in her lifetime.
Separating myths from facts is a critical step in ending sexual assault. Myths not only downplay the seriousness of sexual assault, but they prevent people from:
We can’t stop sexual violence if we don’t all speak up and say something. Help to dispel the myths.
Where to get help. How to help.
VictimLink BC is TTY accessible at 604 875 0885; to call collect, please call the Telus Relay Service at 711.
Text at 604 836 6381.
Call at 1 800 563 0808
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